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As mentioned in a previous question, learning does not stop when we leave the classroom. We are constantly learning whether that be through a book we are reading for pleasure, the morning newspaper telling us about what is happening around the world or the additional certification class we need to take in order to stay current with our licensure. For our students who don’t enjoy school as much as others, this question is a good opportunity to help them see how learning might continue during their life after school.

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As mentioned in question #28, learning does not stop when we leave the classroom. We are constantly learning new information about ourselves, striving to acquire new skill sets, and working on broadening our perspective. Explain to your student that this can be through a book they are reading for pleasure, the morning newspaper telling us about what is happening around the world, or the additional certification needed for a chosen career. For those students who don’t enjoy school, this question is a good opportunity to help them see how learning might continue and take different forms during their life after school.

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Let’s head to Ireland this month and see what’s cooking in their kitchens everyday. When the average American thinks of Ireland the immediate thought of the color green may come to mind coupled with a leprechaun or two, a pot of gold and a beer. We are familiar with the national holiday St. Patrick’s Day so we obviously know the Irish know how to party, but what do the Irish actually eat?

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When you think of Ireland, images of green landscapes, leprechauns, pots of gold, St. Patrick’s Day, and beer may come to mind. But what about Irish food? This month, we head to Ireland to see what’s cooking in their kitchens.

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