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  • Busca tu Voz

    La idea de volver a la escuela genera muchas emociones diferentes en los estudiantes - entu-siasmo, indiferencia, decepción, entre otras.

    By: Anjelica Enaje
    Posted: July 21, 2014
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  • Finding your Voice

    The thought of going back to school sends many waves of emotions—excitement, disappointment, indifference, and other tides. Whether you are a freshman/transfer anticipating extravagant things to happen in a new environment, or a senior counting down the days to graduation, your high school experience holds many stories to be told. And I hope that happens to many of you, because I rarely swam those shores during my four years in high school.

    By: Anjelica Enaje
    Posted: July 21, 2014
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  • Lesson Plan Guide: Nonverbal communication - the loudest voice of all

    Lesson Plan Guide: Nonverbal communication - the loudest voice of all

    TITLE: Nonverbal communication - the loudest voice of all GRADES: 9-12 CONTENT AREAS: English,…

    By: Matt Andrews
    Posted: July 18, 2014
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  • Outside the Box Carers: Animal Trainers

    Outside the Box Carers: Animal Trainers

    Joel Norton loved animals and knew he wanted to work with them. But he wasn’t exactly sure how to go about making a living out of doing it.

    “It wasn’t until I was in an animal training school and worked with a rat and a hawk, (not at the same time of course), that I knew I wanted to be a trainer,” he said.

    If you’ve ever dreamed of turning your passion for animals into a career, animal training might be the right fit for you.

    By: Nicole Pajer
    Posted: September 15, 2013
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  • What I’ve Learned This Year - Anderson

    What I’ve Learned This Year - Anderson

    My first school year at Kennesaw has been a life-altering experience. It never occurred to me that I could change to such a degree in a short amount of time.

    When I first came to college, I was a shy, quiet kid afraid to tackle life head-on. But now I am tackling life not only head-on but also with confidence and authority. In the process, I discovered traits about myself that I did not know existed.

    It also caused me to pause and discover what I truly want to accomplish in life. I believe that I am closer to finding out who I truly am.

    By: Anderson Nelson
    Posted: September 13, 2013
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