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What if you could write letters of recommendation more effectively and efficiently by inspiring students to be more accountable in the process? This 20-Minute Mentor shares four key steps to doing exactly that. Watch Now »

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“Becoming a better teacher is about learning: learning about oneself, learning about one’s students and their realities, learning pedagogy, and learning content. But before we can learn from our students, we first need to learn who we are, as both human beings and teachers, that is, we need to know what we stand for, what we value and believe, our blind spots, our talents, and our shortcomings.”