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Educational infographic & Data 13 quick revision tips to help you ace those exams! Image Description 13 quick revision tips

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Infographic to help teachers learn more about the differences between the revised and original version of the Bloom's Taxonomy.

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Grade Shenanigans: Short and Sweet {Writing Process Posters} Great kid friendly terms

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Revising and Editing Texas History Theme

Revising and Editing with a Texas history theme! New publication for Texas teachers: 30 revising and editing passages formatted to meet the rigor of the STAAR writing test. Each covers a Texas history topic from the Social Studies TEKS. Plus, there's a fr

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Revising Paragraphs in Essays

Revising Paragraphs: help students revise essay paragraphs with this innovative technique. Make every sentence count!

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Revising and Editing Checklist This FREE resource is a simple solution to ensure students are revising and editing their writing. This quick and easy checklist provides students with the guidance they need to check their writing. It's a wonderful tool for

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Psychosis Risk Syndrome Is Back To Haunt Us

Diagnostic Ethics: Harms vs Benefits of Somatic Symptom Disorder ~ Allen Frances: Professor Emeritus, Duke University - There are five possible explanations whenever someone presents to a doctor with physical symptoms that have not yet been diagnosed:

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