Hearts On Fire Teacher's Guide: Creating Global Citizens

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Hearts On Fire Teacher's Guide: Creating Global Citizens

Inspire your students with hope in times of uncertainty by reading the stories of extraordinary visionaries in Hearts on Fire. This guide to teaching the book will deepen students’ investigation of the lives, choices, and motivations of the Visionaries and challenge students to think critically about how they can make a difference in their own communities.

Get a class set of the Hearts on Fire book to bring these stories into your classroom.

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