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“Words," he said, "is oh such a twitch-tickling problem to me all my life.”
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“A great deal of intellectual intelligence depends on emotional intelligence.”
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Put something silly in the world
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“Teacher cannot solve or heal all student stress. The teacher can be vigilant in trying to guide the child toward solutions;but the teacher's job in relation to this stress is ultimately to help the child learn to manage his or her own stress wisely. In accomplishing this, the teacher mentors higher academic learning by removing distracting stress, and teaches valuable life-survival skills.”
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