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First-Grade Activities on Eleanor Roosevelt | Seattle-PI

What Does a Story Theme Communicate? | Synonym

Three Disadvantages of Using Cooperative Learning | Our Everyday Life 

End of the Year Award Ideas | Our Everyday Life

Field Trips for Kids in St. Louis, Missouri | USA Today

How Did Geography Affect Early China Before the Silk Road? |Seattle-PI

Elementary Reading Incentive Programs | Our Everyday Life

What to Do with a B.S. in Art | Seattle-PI

Tools Used to Set Goals | Chron

How Did Jackson Create Suspense in "The Lottery"? | Seattle-PI

Field Day Activities for High Schoolers | Seattle-PI

Which Greek Philosopher Said "Character is Destiny"? | Seattle-PI

How to Write a Frame Story | eHow
My grandfather, my grandmother, my father, my mother, my sister -- all teachers. How could I help but follow in their footsteps? As a third-generation educator, I spent a number of years in classrooms at both the elementary and high school level.  At the high school level, I taught courses in fine arts, film, English, typing and computer applications. In elementary schools, I taught many grade levels and even spent time teaching all subjects to grades K-3 in a one-room school. This experience has been an invaluable resource for creating education-based content.