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TEQ Video: Jianning Guo Making Learning Fun for First Graders

COLORADO, November 20, 2018 — Chinese teacher Jianing Guo, who teaches at Global Village Academy in Colorado, demonstrates five effective activities to keep the first graders focused and make learning fun and efficient. The six-year-old children in this video are engaged, while still having fun. (10 min., 11 sec.) 


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