Teacher resources and professional development across the curriculum

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What is Huntington’s Disease?

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According to the Huntington’s Disease Society of America, Huntington’s Disease is an inherited brain disorder that results in the progressive loss of both mental facilities and physical control. The disease usually emerges when a person is … [Continue reading]

Teaching Multicultural Literature: Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month 

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During Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month, explore Annenberg Learner resources to discover the rich history, cultures, and personal stories of Americans of Asian and Pacific Island heritage. Students come to understand the plight of … [Continue reading]

Diet, exercise, and weight: Why we are what we eat

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Anyone who has struggled to lose weight knows that it can be a long, difficult process. But a study published this month in the journal Obesity offered new insights into just how hard it is, and why: Dieters’ own bodies resist their efforts to shed … [Continue reading]

Harry S. Truman: Term and Controversies

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Harry S. Truman, born May 8, 1884 and the 33rd President of the United States, saw the U.S. through the end of World War II and the start of the Cold War. His term was marked by the controversial decisions to drop two atomic bombs in Japan and send … [Continue reading]

How Teachers Can Take Charge of Their PD

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Isolation in the classroom is a serious feeling that many teachers suffer. I was definitely one of them. I felt very isolated when I started teaching and could not relate to most of my colleagues. There was very little time for colleagues to meet in … [Continue reading]