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Cover letter basics. Career advice from Matt Valk Chuah Prepary

Each time you apply for a job, write an original cover letter. The more your cover letter aligns with the job posting, the better. Pick out major words from the job posting within responsibilities for instance, to get started.

Meet Trevor Stewart, Assistant Professor of Reading and Special Education.  Ultramarathoner, outdoorsman Trevor  is traveling to Seattle in August to take part in 100 Miles for One Mind™, an ultramarathon organized by Always Brothers to honor military heroes from Washington state and raise money for brain injury research.

Meet Trevor Stewart, Assistant Professor of Reading and Special Education. Ultramarathoner, outdoorsman Trevor is traveling to Seattle in August to take part in 100 Miles for One Mind™, an ultramarathon organized by Always Brothers to honor military heroes from Washington state and raise money for brain injury research.

Pendulum Wave Demonstration made by Jeff Goodman, in the Dept of Curriculum & Instruction. Jeff has some more information and videos about the making of this pendulum wave at http://celophoto.blogspot.com/2012/03...

Thanks to these 16 bowling balls hung from a 20 foot wooden frame in the mountains of North Carolina, we can see what a large-scale pendulum wave apparatus looks (and sounds) like. Filmed by Maria Ike

10 Ideas for Career Exploration in High School {and #HomeSchool High Link-Up} #HSHigh

Do your homeschooled teens know which direction they’re headed after school? Check out these ideas for exploring careers in high school.

Using Marzano Question Stems in a High School Classroom | Thirty-Something and Fabulous

Using Marzano Question Stems in a High School Classroom.this could totally be tweaked for an elementary school! So great for higher level thinking questions!

For our College Go Get It week, my principal and counselor came up with the idea of graphing weekly salaries based on educational levels, from not finishing high school up to a doctorate. We decided to represent it with a pictograph using play money. We are now developing questions for different grade levels to answer based on the data in the graph.

idea of graphing weekly salaries based on educational levels, from not finishing high school up to a doctorate; represent it with a pictograph using play money; developing questions for different grade levels to answer based on the data in the graph.

We use these in our high school classrooms too...its a great visual understanding...we were able to partner with another classroom that created and laminated them for us!

FREE Gallon Robot Patterns in Laura Candler's store on TpT! I like the Gallon Kingdom story the best, but nice to have the pattern as this works for some kids.

Simulate a real-world experience by having students apply for and perform jobs in your middle school classroom.  Pay them with "Class Cash" and set up a classroom economy.

already do this, but it's nice to see how others are setting it up. Simulate a real-world experience by having students apply for and perform jobs in your middle school classroom. Pay them with "Class Cash" and set up a classroom economy.

Language Stars teaches foreign language classes for kids between the ages of 1 and 10 years old. Utilizing our high-energy, FunImmersion® method of instruction, students learn a foreign language through games, art projects, music and more

Language Stars teaches foreign language classes for kids between the ages of 1 and 10 years old. Utilizing our high-energy, FunImmersion® method of instruction, students learn a foreign language through games, art projects, music and

"Teaching foreign languages using social media" -- Curated by Emily Bamforth | Scoop.it

Last year I wrote about social media addiction. In this post I hone in on how social media has taken impacted our professional and personal lives. Do we know the difference between reality and fiction? Are we at social media overload?