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Feel free to check out the various lessons and conversations. Absorb the knowledge to your fill. If you want to participate in the discussions by posting yourself, you’ll have to register and/or login to do that. Drop that School of Storyology menu option above and select appropriately. See you there!

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    • ”Reading” Department
      Read \ˈrēd\ • verb
      1. to receive or take in the sense of (letters, symbols, etc.) especially by sight or touch
      2. to interpret the meaningor significance of
      You don’t have to be a traditional book-nerd to be a “reader”. Storyology is about anything that’s a story, and anything that’s a story is readable. Nonfiction to fiction, books to cinema, recommendations to rants--stretch your reader’s mind here!
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       Nia Wilson

    • ”Writing” Department
      Write \ˈrīt\ • verb
      1. to express in literary form
      2. to make a permanentimpression of
      In its traditional form, only authors write. But, technology has expanded what it means to “write”. Everything starts as words, whether spoken or written, but it can end in so many forms as literature. Novice or professional, creative or technical, support or surmise, connect with other ”writers” here!
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       Nia Wilson

    • Instruction Department
      Teach \ˈtēch\ • verb
      1. to guide the studies of
      2. to impart the knowledge of
      Teaching is more than seating charts and grading. Effectively getting others to understand something requires the instructor to be knowledgeable, too. Curriculum, instruction, intervention, management--inspire other instructors here.
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       Nia Wilson

    • Study Department
      Study \ˈstə-dē\ • verb
      1. to apply mental faculties to the acquisition of knowledge
      2. to carefully examine or analyze of a phenomenon, development, or question
      Being a student goes beyond grades in primary and secondary school. We never stop learning something new from birth to death--declaratively or structurally.   Assignments, clarification, resources, help--expand your studies here.
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       Nia Wilson