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Secondary Teachers’ Institute Lesson Plan Documentary Photography: Civil Rights Through Image and TextSecondary Teachers’ Institute Lesson Plan Documentary Photography: Civil Rights Through Image and Text
Students will learn about the juxtaposition of image and text to define the social and psychological mood of the civil rights movement in the United States
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Beyond Brainstorming: Sustained Creative Work With IdeasBeyond Brainstorming: Sustained Creative Work With Ideas
The challenge in all knowledge-based organizations is sustained creativity: working with and developing ideas into powerful and useful processes, products, or theories. 2 Coming up with the initial idea represents one small step
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Immigration Supplemental Information Sub Topic One: Asian America: Common DifferencesImmigration Supplemental Information Sub Topic One: Asian America: Common Differences
Many groups constitute Asian America. Who are these groups? How are they different from each other? How does the history of their immigration shape these differences?
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Availability and Quality of Afterschool Programs for Students with DisabilitiesAvailability and Quality of Afterschool Programs for Students with Disabilities
Afterschool programs, especially those aimed at particular at-risk demographics, can help to ensure that no student falls through the cracks of the public education system
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The theologian in the service of the church in ecumenical dialogueThe theologian in the service of the church in ecumenical dialogue
America has established an annual lecture in honor of the great Orthodox theologian Father Georges Florovsky. Father John Romanides of the School of Theology of the University of Thessaloniki was invited by the Society to give the first
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A tale of Two Heavens: Escaping North Korea grade level: 9-12 time allotmentA tale of Two Heavens: Escaping North Korea grade level: 9-12 time allotment
North Korea that have compelled many North Koreans to attempt a dangerous escape to what they see as the “Heaven” of capitalist South Korea
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