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Free teaching tip It is not unusual for a learning disabled student to reach high school without being identified as having a learning disability. Often, the increased demands and competition of high school brings out signs of a learning disability that were not ... Another free teaching tip Words that have changed their meanings over time can make for an interesting class activity or discussion. Here are some of these words with their older meanings shown in parentheses. You can present each word and have your students try to identify i ...
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Free Study Tip I had a very hard time with my first semester of calculus. Here's what I did. First, I went to every class session. Second, I sat right up front. Third, I made an appointment to see the professor of the class each day he had office hours. He would guide me through various problems, many of which turned up on the final. It all worked out great.
 
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Another free Study Tip I think you should read as much as you can about what you have been taught.
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