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The Art of Teaching

Bryce Hess

Publisher: Bryce Hess

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This is a guide for teachers and students to explore, improve, and experience their classrooms better. It was written with one intention: not to provide answers. Instead, if you can read it with the desire, application, and action necessary to facilitate discovery, then this will put you down a path to finding your personal answers and presence. Are you ready to push yourself?

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