Monthly Archives: March 2011

Teachable Moments

Greetings, I learned about teachable moments when I was working towards my Master of Arts in Education degree. Teachable moments are ideal times when people learn a lesson through a particular situation in life. Everyone experience teachable moments when they … Continue reading

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What are Blogs?

Greetings, Blogs are one of the greatest media inventions to happen in the millennium. They are part of the latest internet jargon. News bits or brief information is what you can call a blog. Blogging is what people do to … Continue reading

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I Write to Educate

Greetings, I am a writer that educates people formally and informally through writing, although, education is not a strong factor to some people. I write nonfiction and creative nonfiction stories. I love researching for pertinent information on a subject. Informing … Continue reading

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Do You Need A Writer?

Hello, Are you looking for a freelance writer that writes interesting articles and a ghostwriter of books? Well, look no further my name is Ann Shannon and my business is Shannon’s Writing Service. Our writing service writes professionally for all … Continue reading

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The Wilder Kids 2

Hello, The Wilder Kids 2 book is a follow-up story from The Wilder Kids I Really Want to Go to College book. These are stories that give the beginning and end about four minority students that have ambitions to go … Continue reading

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Learning: The Tactile Learner

Welcome! The tactile learner is different from the visual and auditory learner because their sense of learning is strongly dependent on “touch” or “hands on” methods. Your tactile students may be found in the arts and craft courses. These students … Continue reading

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