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How to Get Excited About Topics That Bore You

 

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Teamwork in sport presents a variety of special challenges and satisfactions. It requires an integration of talents and contributions from individual team members, which is a practical achievement, and it represents a shared pursuit, which is a moral achievement

 
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Paul Gaffney

St. John’s University, Department of Philosophy, 8000 Utopia Parkway, Queens, NY, 11439 USA.

Then something came along at just the right moment. Our school corporation took a leap of faith by starting a Project-Based Learning (PBL) program, a courageous move that has changed the educational landscape of our community and region. I leaped along with a group of trailblazing ninth graders and a small handful of educators hungry for change. We went all-in with an educational model that many had written off as a fad.

 
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LEARNINGLEARNING DESIGNPREK-12SMART TEACHERS

June 25, 2016   By Andrew Larson

5 Myths of Project-Based Learning Dissected and Debunked

Why Focus on College and Career Readiness?

Four of every 10 new college students, including half of those at two-year institutions, take remedial courses, and many employers comment on the inadequate preparation of high school graduates.

 
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Department of Education

Management Methodologies in

Practice at UVa

 

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Tech Writing Handbook

So, you’ve decided to write a manual. We extend our hand in hearty congratulations of the do-it-yourself moxie that led you here. Welcome to the world of technical communication!

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Richard Feynman, Nobel laureate and the Richard

Chace Tolman Professor of Theoretical Physics, was

a bestselling author as well.

It's as Simple as One, Two, Three. • •

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