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Henry Borenson

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[ncsm-members] "Why Teach?" Touching Children's Lives- An Algebra Success Story (Video)
Posted: May 10, 2012 12:36 PM
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Dear Educator,

Please treat yourself to this enjoyable and inspirational video of 17
minutes. Along the way, we will be reminded of the impact an inspired
teacher -- one who believes that all children can achieve at high levels--
can have upon her students.

Enjoy!

Henry Borenson

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J76QvP8BEQc

*Description of Video*

What is the purpose of teaching? In this highly motivational and humorous
presentation, Kathryn Dillard, an award-winning educator, conveys the
bottom-line message: our purpose as educators is to inspire students and to
lead them to success. She relates-- and we laugh all along the way-- how
she was able to have a dramatic effect on the lives of her low achieving
middle school students and inspire them to succeed with algebra using
Hands-On Equations. Recorded at the 25th Annual Meeting of the Benjamin
Banneker Association in Philadelphia on April 27, 2012.



--
Best wishes.

Henry Borenson, Ed.D.
President
Borenson and Associates, Inc.
MAKING ALGEBRA CHILD'S PLAY



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