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Why is it important to plan?

By Melissa Buddie, Take Ten Volunteer Over the past few months, my team and I have learned to adapt our lesson plan to unforeseen challenges or circumstances. This has not always been easy for our team. Sometimes, we are forced … Continue reading

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How can you be a positive force in ending bullying?

By Lauren Kross, AmeriCorps Member Each week I teach at least four Take Ten classes in local schools. ┬áIn addition, I serve as the full time AmeriCorps member for the program and assist with several projects. Being a part of … Continue reading

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What is your biggest challenge as a volunteer?

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Volunteer applies Take Ten to her own life

By Anna Marie Boarini, Take Ten Volunteer I use Take Ten in my life all the time. Not that I am constantly in conflict, but life is full of ups and downs and Take Ten can help me deal with … Continue reading

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Violence creates a canvas for learning

By Amy Porter, Take Ten Volunteer and Seminar Student Our culture of violence creates a canvas on which we, teachers of Take Ten, can paint our curriculum. Without this canvas, I think it would be difficult not only to teach … Continue reading

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