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Examine the root causes of sociopolitical conflict and critically analyze measures to prevent conflict and foster resettlement and reconcili...

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Pears in Puff Pastry. Ripe sweet pears, roll out on a puff pastry, sprinkled with a pinch of sugar. OMG!

Pears in Puff Pastry. Ripe sweet pears, roll out on a puff pastry, sprinkled with a pinch of sugar. OMG!

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The Best Art Teacher Blogs: Inspiration for High School Students

Another recommended website! InThinking Visual Arts is a website for International Baccalaureate Art teachers. It is written by Heather McReynolds, who has over 20 years of teaching and examining experience. Heather was previously Head of Art at the International School of Florence and now offers training and workshops for IB Art teachers, writes textbooks and shares knowledge via the InThinking Visual Arts website. Although this site is subscription based, there is enough free content to…

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10 awesome free career self-assessment tools on the Internet

Before you set foot in that interview room, you need to have your spiel down pat. But do you know yourself well enough to even have a spiel? Understanding yourself is critical when choosing or changing your career. Use these free assessment tools to understand yourself before the interview: http://mnstr.me/1mawwON

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What is better for MLM training: Magnetic Sponsoring by Mike Dillard or Renegade Network Marketer by Ann Sieg. - http://epxbodysystem.org/2013/03/what-is-better-for-mlm-training-magnetic-sponsoring-by-mike-dillard-or-renegade-network-marketer-by-ann-sieg/

Highly trained, respected and free: why Finland's teachers are different

Maria Hyväri, a student teacher, runs a workshop at the Normal Lyceum in Helsinki. ‘There are all these new teaching tools and ideas, and here we can try new things,’ she says. Photograph: David Crouch for the Guardian

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