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How to Teach Historical Documents

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Imagine an adorable mini-version of me reciting the following words, “We the people of the United States…” In the fifth grade, I remember memorizing the Preamble to the U.S. Constitution for a school play. I also remember reading textbook … [Continue reading]

Learning from the 2014 Nobel Prizes

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Perhaps the Nobel Prizes recipients don’t make the same headlines as baseball’s World Series challengers, but every October the stories behind their work are just as exciting. These are discoveries, theories, works of art, and acts of humanity … [Continue reading]

Learner-Featured Scientist Pardis Sabeti Leads Ebola Research

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Since medical professionals in Dallas diagnosed the first case of Ebola on U.S. soil on September 30, 2014, much of the news surrounding the science of the issue has focused on containment, quarantines, and potential treatments involving plasma … [Continue reading]

Prevention Month Recruits Parents, Students, and Teachers to End Bullying

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For children and adolescents across America, October is usually a festive time of year, associated with costumes, candy, haunted houses, and corn mazes. Since 2006, though, October also marks National Bullying Prevention Month, an awareness campaign … [Continue reading]