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    They are so cute. . My son loves sheep, and I have always wanted to get him one, but we don't really have the yard for it (nor do I know anything about raising them). They are absolutely beautiful. ------------------------------ Suzanne Scheffler Other ...

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    If you haven’t heard, November is NaNoWriMo , National Novel Writing Month. This is a chance to, yes, write a novel in a month. While this may sound daunting, NaNoWriMo’s Young Writers Program makes this goal accessible for students all the ...

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    Hello Colleagues!! My junior and sophomore students (pre-service Ts) are engaged in action research for their course Teaching Reading. Due to COVID-19 they are unable to go into the classroom to perform their action research . So they all created Surveys ...

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