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Kristina Allison (@KShevy on Twitter) and Danny Hauger discuss what it means to be a lifelong learner, how to get better writing out of students through practice, and the understanding of its real-world importance. We also discuss how gratitude motivates teachers, the stories we tell to engage students, and how ketchup makes our day. There’s so much more! Listen and gain some valuable tips for English teachers, and teachers of all subjects. --Support Kristina's amazing resources at http://www.figurativelyteaching.com/
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