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Friendship—Love Is Most Important
Challenging Oneself
Total Focus
Walking in Another’s Footsteps
Celebrations
Enjoying the Moment
Sharing One’s Knowledge
Satisfaction Guaranteed
reaching the Outer Limits
Lessons of the rain Forest
Sons and Daughters of the Galileo Society
World’s Great Explorers
The Columbus Voyage
Serving Others—Adding Quality to Our Lives
Peopling of America
Creative Ingenuity and Marshmallow Accelerators
Halloween Madness
The Habits of Mind
Mathematics for All Students
Literacy
The Magic of Science
Cloudy and rain Days
A Model for Teaching, Instructing, and Educating
Some Thoughts, Advice, and Guidance
Advanced Word Problems
List of the World’s Great Explorers
Theme Books
Esperanza Rising reading Contract
Habits of Mind
The Peopling of America
Vocabulary Words
Greek and Latin for Ten-Year-Olds
Fiddling-Around Stories
The Life-World
Silly Putty and Other Polymers
Founders Woods
Books That Have Impacted My Teaching
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In the Company of Children

In the Company of Children

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Good teachers do much more than instructing children. They develop a relationship built on trust, honesty, humor, and above all love. When two or more students discuss varied ways to solve problems we have the beginnings of a creative dialogue, which is the root of inventiveness and a direct path to successful collaboration skills. Too often we do not recognize the value of friendships that is buoyed up by the brotherhood or sisterhood
among children. There is a force that flows between them, an invisible understanding cementing their friendship
Good teachers do much more than instructing children. They develop a relationship built on trust, honesty, humor, and above all love. When two or more students discuss varied ways to solve problems we have the beginnings of a creative dialogue, which is the root of inventiveness and a direct path to successful collaboration skills. Too often we do not recognize the value of friendships that is buoyed up by the brotherhood or sisterhood
among children. There is a force that flows between them, an invisible understanding cementing their friendship

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