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Bethany Gordon
Note: This activity does not require taking the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI).   Divide the classroom in half and label each side of the room. For example, the left side of the room can be for students who are “Extravert (E),” and the other side of the room can be for students who are “Introvert (I).” Begin
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Jennifer Bilello
David Myers, best-selling introductory psychology author from Macmillan Learning, talks about how to make things memorable and study more effectively through the "Testing Effect."
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Andrea A. Lunsford
Ashley Shaw is a graduate student at Kennesaw State University working towards a Masters in the Arts of Professional Writing with a focus on composition and rhetoric. She teaches First-Year English Composition and Rhetoric courses and works at a private high school during the day. Along with teaching experience, she has worked as an editor and a
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Becky Anderson
Just a reminder as classes get started and students familiarize themselves with LaunchPad (and LaunchPad Solo and Writer's Help) that you ARE NOT tech support for your students. Macmillan has a lovely tech support team in Duluth, MN waiting to help your students. The agents are good, nice, and fast--and they have quick answers to lots of the
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Mark Collins
Sapling Learning had its beginnings with Macmillan in 2012 when it was acquired by Macmillan Science and Education, a technology and innovation division of Macmillan Publishers, Ltd. We are excited to announce that Macmillan Science and Education has been renamed as a united team of educational imprints: Macmillan Learning. The launch of Macmillan
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