Texas Nonprofit Soundwaves Art Foundation Halfway To Goal Of Half A Million For Aid To Ukrainian Children

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We translate the digital heartbeat of songs into one-of-a-kind artworks to raise money for nonprofits addressing the world’s most pressing problems.

Texas Nonprofit Soundwaves Art Foundation Halfway To Goal Of Half A Million For Aid To Ukrainian Children

Through the Eyes of an Educator: Changing Direction

by Stacey Ebert / Jul 05, 2022 /
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It’s summer. The season of sandy feet, sun-kissed cheeks, and firepit chats that go on till dawn has returned. While the world is still in chaos and a global pandemic is still afoot, school’s out, camp’s in session, and children everywhere are in summer mode. 

It’s that time where everything is flooded with sunlight, fireflies dance amidst the sky, ice cream is a daily meal, dreams are big, possibilities are endless, and imaginations run wild. 

Shipwrecks of the Great Lakes: The S.S. Edmund Fitzgerald

by Julie Royce / Jul 02, 2022 /
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From 6/30/22 to 7/6/22 you can get a free 211-page PDF of Exploring Michigan’s Upper Peninsula Coasts. Go to author Julie Royce’s website at www.jkroyce.wordpress.com. Click the button on the sidebar and provide your email. Your email will be deleted once the book is sent. If you like the book, tell your friends and suggest they get the free PDF or buy the book on Amazon. Better yet, if you like it, write a review on Amazon. Let’s promote Michigan!  

I Want to See Me in School: How To Create K-12 Educational Environments for All Students to Thrive

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When we think of creating educational environments for every student to thrive, what is usually the first thing that comes to mind? Schools that include an engaging curriculum. Classrooms that cultivate joy. Buildings that are lively and welcoming that offer a multitude of extracurricular activities and opportunities for students to explore the world through texts or field lessons outside of the classroom?

Heading to the Philippines? Our 10 Best Travel Tips

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With the world opening back up, it might be time for you to start travel planning again (albeit safely). The Philippines is a foodie’s paradise and a cross-cultural wonderland, with rich cultural heritage and history and extremely friendly locals. There are large, global cities and small villages to explore...and SO MUCH to do.
 
Heading to the Philippines? Our 10 Best Travel Tips
 

Shipwrecks of the Great Lakes: The Carl D. Bradley

by Julie Royce / Jun 27, 2022 /
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From 6/23/22 to 6/29/22, you can get a free 386-page PDF of Exploring Michigan’s Sunset Coasts for use on your iPad or notebook as you travel. Go to author Julie Royce’s website at www.jkroyce.wordpress.com. Click the button on the sidebar and provide your email. Your email will be deleted once the book is sent. If you like the book, tell your friends and suggest they get the free PDF or buy the book on Amazon. Better yet, if you like it, write a review on Amazon. Let’s promote Michigan!  
 

Read This: Lessons of Family, Love, Life, and Loss Blooming in A Garden for Grace

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Combining beautiful poetry with stunning hand-drawn floral illustrations, A Garden for Grace by Ellen Mainville is an exploration of family, love, and life through lessons inspired by the beauty of nature.

Read This: Lessons of Family, Love, Life, and Loss Blooming in A Garden for Grace

Read This: The Moth Girl

by Dr. Jessie Voigts / Jun 23, 2022 /
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The world needs more books like this! 

I recently read an extraordinary new YA novel, entitled The Moth Girl, written by Heather Kamins. Why do I make such a bold statement?

Read This: The Moth Girl

Through the Eyes of an Educator: A Compendium

by Stacey Ebert / Jun 23, 2022 /
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Through the Eyes of an Educator: A Compendium

Tyler Gedman: #CommunityCollegeBecause ... It helps make me who I am

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Tyler Gedman studied art at CCAC South Campus, and graduated in 2022. Tyler is continuing his education in the fall, but in the meantime, is substitute teaching and painting his way through life.

Tyler Gedman: #CommunityCollegeBecause ... It helps make me who I am

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