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The Unusual Stories Behind Words
BY ELFRIEDA HIEBERT 
Learning the stories behind words can be intriguing.  Creating word stories as part of your instruction can be a fun way to involve students in the adventure of language.  Read More ›

How Philosophical Chairs Can Teach the Importance of Tolerance
BY KELISA WING
Philosophical Chairs is a teaching technique that is similar to a debate but really acts as a forum for classroom discussion that promotes mutual understanding, safeguards respectful conversation, and causes deep engagement into the subject matter. Read More ›

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