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101 Things You Can Do in the First Three Weeks of Class

101 Things You Can Do in the First Three Weeks of Class This site advcates that the first three weeks of school are the most important for setting "the mood" for learning and instruction. The site outlines a guide to follow. Use these suggestions to prepare for a new school year or for a new teaching
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101 Things You Can Do in the First Three Weeks of Class


This site advcates that the first three weeks of school are the most important for setting "the mood" for learning and instruction. The site outlines a guide to follow. Use these suggestions to prepare for a new school year or for a new teaching position.

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