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*TEACHERS, THIS IS FOR YOU!!!*
JE is getting a head start on Teacher Appreciation Week (May 2-6)!

We believe your story matters and has potential to inspire other teachers towards excellence.

Share your story and enter to win a $25 Visa gift card, a simple token of appreciation from your educational travel partner. (Click the link to read details and submit your story.)

http://buff.ly/1Wmlgxe

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New post! Our Europe Coordinator shares how he served in Uganda this summer and how you can serve those in need too!
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WILL YOU JOIN US IN PRAYER?
We are entering one of the busiest travel seasons of the year, and would love it if you would partner with us to pray for our traveling students.
We've put together a short prayer list, and a worship filled playlist for you to use during your prayer time. Know that joining us in prayer is at the top of the list of important things that you can do for these students.
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From a Teacher: "The biggest lesson I have learned as a teacher is love conquers all.  When a student knows that I genuinely care for their well being, they are more apt to learn and show respect to everyone.  They are eager to apply themselves in their studies and desire to please me. 
Teaching and learning is a lifelong process of which I am always eager to pursue." #teacherappreciationweek  
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From a Teacher: "The biggest lesson I learned as a teacher is that perception is reality.  Whatever reputation you carve for yourself when you start teaching is most likely the one you're going to be stuck with for your teaching career.  And when students perceive you a certain way, that is the lens they use to guide their reality." #teacherappreciationweek  
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From a Teacher: "The greatest lesson I have learned as a teacher is that every child comes to me with a unique set of God-given gifts and abilities.  To be a really great teacher, I need to learn to identify the ways that God has gifted them and ENCOURAGE them in those areas.  We all have harder areas, where we have to put our heads down and push to get the job done. I have found that if I can encourage a child in their areas of strength, they will be much more likely to work hard for me in the hard stuff." #teacherappreciationweek  
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From a Teacher: "From teaching overseas and now teaching internationals in the States, one of the most valuable lessons I've learned is that as a teacher, I need to be a continual learner. My students have been instrumental in giving me a deeper understanding of their culture and have challenged me to adapt my teaching methods in order to best meet their learning needs. A teacher is another name for life long learner!" #teacherappreciationweek  
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From a Teacher: "I  have found that the most powerful lessons I teach are not out of a book. I am most effective when I am helping my students learn to question, discover, and think for themselves. When I challenge them to DO more and BE more than they ever thought possible,  I am successful!" #teacherappreciationweek  
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From a Teacher: "The greatest lesson I have learned as a teacher is that every child comes to me with a unique set of God-given gifts and abilities.  To be a really great teacher, I need to learn to identify the ways that God has gifted them and ENCOURAGE them in those areas.  We all have harder areas, where we have to put our heads down and push to get the job done. I have found that if I can encourage a child in their areas of strength, they will be much more likely to work hard for me in the hard stuff." #teacherappreciationweek  
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From a Teacher: "The biggest lesson I learned as a teacher is that perception is reality.  Whatever reputation you carve for yourself when you start teaching is most likely the one you're going to be stuck with for your teaching career.  And when students perceive you a certain way, that is the lens they use to guide their reality." #teacherappreciationweek  
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