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Christian Tedrow

Christian Tedrow

Academic Professional

Valencia Community College

FL

Christian Tedrow is an academic professional who teaches English at a local community college. He believes it's important for students to learn to collaborate with one another and also see how literature can relate to their daily lives.

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Valencia Community College

Academic Professional

Christian Tedrow works as an English professor at Valencia Community College in Florida. Christian is adamant that students can find ways to connect literature to their daily lives in a positive and helpful way. He also utilizes group work in order for students to learn how to work together and solve difficult issues together.

Elon University

Bachelor's of Arts, English

Christian Tedrow attended Elon University to pursue a Bachelor's of Arts in English. He's always been passionate about education and literature. Christian loved studying literature and went on to pursue more education in the field and eventually work as a professor himself.

University of Central Florida

Master's of Arts, English

After his undergraduate career, Christian Tedrow decided he wanted to pursue a master's degree in English literature. He thoroughly enjoyed his educational experience and wanted to begin teaching students about literature hoping to help them grow the same love he has.

“That is part of the beauty of all literature. You discover that your longings are universal longings, that you're not lonely and isolated from anyone. You belong.” - F. Scott Fitzgerald

6 Ways to Connect Classic Literature to Students’ Lives

Many people avoid reading classic literature and often never pick up another classic once they’re done with school. For educators, you might feel like it’s worthless attempting to teach a class about classic literature. There are plenty of benefits from reading classic literature; here are just a few.

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6 Famous Books for College Students to Read

There are a lot of books out there, many of which you likely would like to read. You should keep reading and studying books that you find interesting, but there are also a few essential books to take a look at, especially if you’re a college student. Here are some of the top books you should read if you’re currently in college.

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Learn to Understand the Flow of a Story

In order to grow from reading literature, you must first understand the basics of how the story is structured, whether it’s a classic novel or an informative article. In any good piece of writing, there’s a beginning, middle, and end that helps shape the path of the story and leads the reader to a thoughtful conclusion.

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6 Benefits of a Personal Trainer

Have you ever considered getting a personal trainer? There are lots of benefits to working with a personal trainer, no matter what your own level of fitness is. They can help you get in shape, improve your current workout routine, or just give you motivation to workout. Here are some of the benefits to working with a personal trainer when starting your own fitness journey.

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7 Reasons Why You Should Get Involved with Martial Arts

There’s a way for you to get involved in martial arts. Many gyms and fitness centers offer classes for beginners and have a certified trainer you can work with. You could also find a specific gym for a certain type of martial arts you’d like to learn and work on learning the techniques and moves. Here are some of the many reasons you should get involved in martial arts.

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The Importance of Learning About Endangered Species

There are tens of thousands of animals that are considered seriously endangered, many of which are creatures that people have never heard of before. While plenty people and groups work hard to raise awareness of the flight of these animals and plants, it can be difficult to feel like anything you’re doing is making a difference.

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"Nature is not a place to visit; it is home." - Gary Snyder

6 Benefits of a Personal Trainer

If you're interested in fitness, no matter how experienced you are, you should definitely take some time to work with a personal trainer. You might know a lot about fitness, but it can certainly be beneficial to just spend some time working with a personal training and gaining more knowledge, plus you have someone motivating you to workout and checking your form.

What's Happening to Lions?

Lions are currently at a serious risk of becoming extinct. It was only in 2015 that lions were listed as endangered, but some experts estimate that they could go extinct by 2050. Lions in the wild are an incredible treasure and we must do all we can to prevent them from leaving the wild.

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The Importance of Diversifying Literature Read in Class

No matter what age or level you’re teaching, you must incorporate diverse types of books into your required reading for your class. Classical literature is great; there’s much we can learn from it and it should by no means be discounted or ignored. However, as educators, we must also incorporate diverse literature.

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7 Great Netflix Documentaries on Conservation

Netflix is known for its great documentaries; no matter what topic you’re looking for, you can be sure to find at least one documentary on Netflix about it. Conservation is an important topic that more people should take time to educate themselves about. Luckily, there are plenty of documentaries on Netflix focused on the topic of conservation.

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The Importance of Diversifying Your Workout

Everyone who works out regularly realizes that sometimes your workout routine becomes stale. No matter how much you love heading to the gym or following your personal fitness regime, it can be challenging to do the same routine every time you workout, especially once you realize you aren’t getting the same results or the ones you’d hoped to see.

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The Importance of Diversifying Literature Read in Class

No matter what age or level you’re teaching, you must incorporate diverse types of books into your required reading for your class. Classical literature is great; there’s much we can learn from it and it should by no means be discounted or ignored. However, as educators, we must also incorporate diverse literature; it’s the best for students and our world.

The Top 5 Benefits of Group Work

Group work in school elicits mixed reactions from most people – students and teachers alike. Some people love group work while others absolutely despise it. There are those who find working together intellectually stimulating and others who believe it’s a waste of time and would rather work on their own.

6 Ways People are Trying to End Poaching

In the last several years, the issue of wildlife poaching has dramatically increased. Many of the targeted animals are severely endangered and poaching is only pushing them closer to extinction. Thankfully, there are many people out there working hard to prevent poaching from continuing; here are some examples of ways to end poaching, many of which you can help with.

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How to Avoid Philanthropic Burnout

No matter what industry you work in, there’s a very real chance you’ll run the risk of burnout at some point in your career. You could be an entrepreneur, a busy parent, an educator, or work for a nonprofit and you’ll still risk burning out at some point. Most of this advice can be applied no matter what you do.

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