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Dr. Mary Allen – an ED/Story

Everyone has an ED/Story. What was learning like for you? Was it easy, or were there challenges? If there were did you figure out on your own? Or did you have help? Well this ED/Story reveals how sometimes the pathway to successful learning and living is NOT found where we expect. Dr. Mary Allen –…
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Regina Schowengerdt – an ED/Story

Everyone has an ED/Story. What was learning like for you? Was it hard? Were there challenges? If so, did you figure it out on your own, all by yourself…or did you have help? Well this ED/Story demonstrates how education and skill building coupled with the ability to embrace kindness as well as opportunity results in…
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Bill and Eileen Gebhardt – An ED/Story

Everyone has an ED/story – an educational experience – maybe you overcame a challenge, or succeeded when you didn’t think you could. What was learning like for you? Was it hard? If it was, did you get help from a teacher or family member? Or did you figure it out on your own? Were there…
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Hermine Granger, Louisa May Alcott and the 19th Amendment

“Life is my college. May I graduate well and earn many honors” – Louisa May Alcott   “Girls should never be afraid of being smart.” – Emma Watson On the morning of June 12th 1840 international delegates entered the World Anti-Slavery Convention in London, with the exception of two women delegates from the United States;…
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Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. – ed/Words to ed/Stories

“Intelligence plus character – that is the goal of true education” – Martin Luther King Jr. This quote by Dr. King was one of our first “ed/Words – Great Words on Education from Great Minds” The purpose of ed/Words is to show how words can inspire. They can be all it takes sometimes to motivate, direct, realize an idea, begin…
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Lights! Camera! Literature! “Inherit the Wind”

“…there is more sanctity…in a child’s power to master multiplication…an idea is a greater monument than a cathedral…and the advancement of man’s knowledge is more of a miracle….” Henry Drummond – “Inherit the Wind” These lines are from the 1955 Jerome Lawrence/Robert Lee play, “Inherit the Wind”, the fictionalized account of the real life 1925 Scopes “Monkey…
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New things….

So I learned to swim…I learned to ride a bike…I even learned how to use the hands-free bluetooth in my car…(right after I learned how to pay a traffic ticket on-line for talking on the phone while driving…) So I can learn to do this…! It seems so self-indulgent – like fishing for compliments after…
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Kenny Mackey – an ED/Story

Everyone has an ED/story – an educational experience. What was learning like for you? Was it hard? Did you get help from a teacher or family member? Or did you figure it out on your own? Were there lessons both inside and outside the classroom? Well, this ED/Story starts literally on the streets of Ione…
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Jenice & Ryan Thoma

Everyone has an ED/story – an educational experience. What was learning like for you? Was it hard? Did you get help from a teacher or family member? Or did you figure it out on your own? Were there lessons both inside and outside the classroom? This ED/Story is about welcoming opportunity, valuing all kinds of…
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Dominic Atlan

Everyone has an ED/story – an educational experience. What was learning like for you? Was it hard? Did you get help from a teacher or family member? Or did you figure it out on your own? Were there lessons both inside and outside the classroom? Though this ED/Story winds through a couple of decades, several…
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Sharon Long ED/Words and More! September 13, 2018 KVGC Radio

  A recent report stated: in the top 10 tech companies (Google, Facebook, etc) women make up about 35% – 48% of the work force. BUT it’s what women are doing in these companies that’s interesting. According to this report, women are working, in some cases almost 2 to 1, in leadership positions.  Countless women contributed…
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Larry Angier – An Ed/Story, and More – NOVEMBER 8, 2018 – KVGC Radio  
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Hey!…Olivia de Havilland’s Stealing My Popcorn!

Olivia de Havilland’s Stealing My Popcorn! (and How That Can Influence English Language Arts) Ok, I might be stretching it. Olivia de Havilland is not stealing popcorn BUT there are ways to feel as if actors Olivia de Havilland, Henry Fonda, and the like are right there enriching, informing and engaging our students. From the…
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