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Confused by the latest debate in US politics? This nonpartisan, nonprofit website monitors the factual accuracy of statements made by US political players. Utilize it to debunk misinformation and teach critical thinking in your classroom.
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Help your students create a Google account where they can keep track of the scholarships that they are finding and applying for. They can then share this folder with their parents or counselors.
In a Google Sheet, collect information about the scholarship including due dates and application items. Create the folders for recommendation letters, essays, and photos. These will be the master files. Create a folder for each scholarship and copy the needed documentation into each folder.
Learn how to use format styling to design your entire document. Use formatting styles instead of formatting each individual section of the paper.
This PDF features 100 easy to use keyboard shortcuts. These short cuts would be a great reminder for students as a warm-up activity.