Key strategies to ensure student engagement include being authentic, introducing units with meaningful launch events, and letting students know what outcomes to expect.

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Making meaningful connections with students is important. These strategies along with others cam and will definitely help. Read, learn, explore and form your own opinion. . . . because….Knowledge IS Power! Terri D. Goldson, Sr. Click on the site for the full article.

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As the school year begins, all educators can use some helpful tips and strategies to help make the new school year great. Click on the full article and …. Read, learn, explore and form your own opinion because  …… Knowledge IS Power!  Terri D. Goldson, Sr. 

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Great leaders connect with people on an emotional level every time they speak. Their words inspire others to achieve more than they ever thought possible. Read, learn explore & form your own opinion because…. Knowledge IS Power! Terri D. Godson, Sr. Click on the source and enjoy the full article.

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In education Poverty Matters: School districts are as gerrymandered as Congressional districts, new nonprofit says. Funding and quality educational opportunities are separated by wealth as depicted in this interesting article. Read, learn, explore, because… Knowledge IS Power! Terri D. Goldson, Sr. …..Click on the source to read more of this article from the Washington Post.

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Taking down the flag is only a needed first step. It is a long over due first step because of what it really symbolizes and how it has been used to intimidate, subjugate, terrorize, separate, segregate, humiliate and so much more. …. Read, learn, explore and form your own opinion…. because…. Knowledge IS Power! Click on the site and read the full article from the Washington Post. Terri D. Goldson, Sr.

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As our Nation and schools become more diverse, all educators must put forth a better effort of reaching and teaching everyone.

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