Emma Sturgis
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English as a Second Language
Grade level(s) taught
grades 1 to 3
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Other
Language(s) you can instruct in
English, Italian
Number of years teaching experience
1 to 4
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digital media
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Teachers Pet: 3 Benefits of Using Animals in the Classroom

If you have an affectionate animal at home, then you already know the brightness pets bring to life. If you've yet to experience the joys of animal care, you and your students will be delighted! In a classroom setting, pets have profound effects. Here are three merits of including them in your lesson plans. 

Improved Literacy

When a…

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Posted on February 1, 2019 at 15:10

Teachers Pet: 3 Benefits of Using Animals in the Classroom If you have an affectionate animal at home, then you already know the brightness pets bring to life. If you've yet to experience the joys of…

Teachers Pet: 3 Benefits of Using Animals in the Classroom

If you have an affectionate animal at home, then you already know the brightness pets bring to life. If you've yet to experience the joys of animal care, you and your students will be delighted! In a classroom setting, pets have profound effects. Here are three merits of including them in your lesson plans. 

Improved Literacy

When a child reads aloud to a therapy dog, it boosts their literacy by leaps and…

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Posted on February 1, 2019 at 14:59

Flu Season Finals: 4 Tips to Help College Kids Avoid Sickness

As the temperatures drop, it's pretty common for a lot of people to get sick. Winter is typically known as the cold and flu season. As a college student, the last thing you need is a relentless case of flu in the middle of the semester. However, there are ways you can make sure you focus on preventing the cold. Consider the following ways you can make…

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Posted on January 31, 2019 at 19:02

5 Ways Military Personnel Can Further Their Education While in the Service

You don't have to give up your dreams of a degree because you've joined the military. In fact, there are many academic programs and educational opportunities that were made with soldiers in mind. Here are just five paths that you can take to obtain a degree while you're in the service. …

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Posted on November 20, 2018 at 17:00

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