Posts tagged Music
3 Ways for Teachers to Refuel During Summer Break

For most of us who teach, summertime means we have a rich opportunity to refuel our teaching engines so that, when school begins again in a couple of months, our minds and hearts will be in great shape for building the best learning culture for our students. Here are the three best ways to accomplish this.

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Bach at the Wall

Occasionally, a man devoted to beauty and truth is given the opportunity in a moment of triumph to confront ugliness and lies. Such a moment occurred in November, 1989, when Russian cellist Mstislav Rostropovich, seeing reports of the end of the Berlin Wall, grabbed his instrument and flew from Paris to Berlin to celebrate by performing for a small, lucky crowd at the Wall.

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