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How the Best Teachers Inspire Their Students

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Inspire comes from the Greek word inspirare, which means “to breathe into”. The words inspiration and breath are connected because they both bring about life. Not only do they both sustain life, but they are also vital for it.

It is often the things that inspire us that keep us going, even when we feel like giving up. We all have inspirational…




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