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Archive | August, 2014

Teaching Adult Students vs. 5th Graders — Is There Crossover?

Friday, August 29, 2014

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By Clifton Harmon
Faculty Member, Management at American Military University

Every summer for the last several years, I have taken a month off from teaching in July to recharge my batteries. This schedule also works well for my wife, who is a 5th grade teacher. In July, we try not to put too much thought into academics or classroom management and use the time to unwind.

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