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My experience will inspire me to be a better teacher because I can describe first hand the lump in my throat and chest when I walked into the crematoria. I had a physical reaction to being there. I couldn't catch my breath to know so many had perished and been in that same room.

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This experience changed my perception of the Holocaust from a faded, black and white photograph of something that happened a long time ago, to a very concrete (and very scary) reality that is highly relevant to our future.

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Being in the classroom has limitations, even the beloved internet can not bring the facts to life like traveling does. The smells, the sounds, feeling the wind and sun in such places never leaves. No classroom can make that happen. My best hope is to create the spark, the inquiry for my students to seek more on their own and to make the difference in their generations....CWB provides the inspiration to conintue the efforts, that what teachers do matters, and each individual is worth the extra effort.

Pamala Learn / Teacher / Dutch Ridge Elementary Poland Personally: A Study Seminar to Poland

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The Classrooms Without Borders trip confirmed my experience regarding the power of on site learning. During the experiential learning trip, Stephen Hart's quote kept coming to my mind: "Formal education is a walk through the zoo, informal education is a walk through the savannah." The Poland Personally seminar provided a powerful and memorable experiential learning walk through a rich and complex ecosystem that deserves to be "lived" by as many students and educators as possible.

Roberta Brandau / Teacher / Holy Family Academy Poland Personally: A Study Seminar to Poland

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In a classroom, the victims of the Holocaust are statistics. In Poland, where they lived and died, they are humans. Their faces line the walls, their ashes pile under a brilliant blue sky, their empty shoes fill rooms. I continue to struggle with how to remember these people, as individuals and not meaningless numbers, and the best way I can come up with is to be more compassionate and empathetic towards everyone I encounter.

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LIBERTY TOWNSHIP, Ohio (WKRC) - The superintendent of Monroe Local Schools provided an update Sunday on four students involved in a crash Friday night on their way to prom.“A number of students that were close to those kids ended up leaving prom and going to the hospital,” said Superintendent Dr. Phil Cagwin.The crash happened on Millikin Road near Butler Warren Road in Liberty Township. Cagwin said early Sunday afternoon one of the students had been released from the hospital.Later in the afternoon, he told Local 12 two more students had been released from the hospital and were recovering at home.One of the students, a 17-year-old girl, remains in the hospital and is currently on life support.Cagwin says he was getting ready to leave his home to head to the prom when the school resource officer called him about the accident.“The mood was very somber,” said Cagwin. “It was so nice to have some of the faculty there because they could relate to teachers they feel close to and have support immediately there at the prom.”Cagwin also said community members have been asking how they can help the families of the students. One family requested privacy at this time and asked that instead of visiting the hospital, people donate gift cards so food can be purchased for the families.Gift cards can be delivered to Monroe High School's office between 7 a.m. and 3 p.m. School officials will make sure they are distributed to the families.The school has also made a support team available to students throughout the week.

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For too long, say researchers from the University of Surrey, we have focused on the glamour of the jet-setting lifestyle at the exclusion of its physical and mental costs, writes FinBuzz .

It used to be common to flaunt the things you had. Nowadays, we flaunt the things we do, and there’s nothing quite like travel for making your Facebook persona look like the kind of bees-knees fellow that everyone aspires to be. Meanwhile, in your professional life (however much the boundaries may have blurred), making regular business trips doesn’t half make one feel jolly important.

From stock images of gap-year students finding enlightenment in the jungles of Asia to slick television adverts of handsome and wealthy looking men being pampered by the attractive personnel of the world’s most elite airlines, travel has been glamorised as a status-defining dimension of life no matter what your income bracket.

But as with all glamourous lifestyles, the glamour of frequent travel comes at a cost. And while the financial and ecological sides of this price tag have long been understood, a recent research paper entitled “ A Darker Side of Hypermobility ” suggests that the human dimension has long been overlooked: as well as costing the earth and ramping up expense accounts, frequent flying can produce serious physical and mental tolls on the traveller.

Some of these, such as the dreaded deep-vein thrombosis, are well known. But the adverse effects of even the most frequently experienced travelling woes such as jetlag are, it turns out, often poorly understood.

Few are likely to be aware, for example, that the body can take as long as 11 days to get its circadian rhythms back into sync after a long-haul flight, or that medical research has linked jetlag with increased risk of heart attacks and strokes. At what the researchers call the “extreme end of a darker side of hypermobility” are arguments that frequent fliers “should be classified as ‘radiation workers’: flying 85,000 miles a year goes beyond the regulatory limit for public exposure to radiation facilities”.

There are numerous psychological ramifications of frequent air travel too. “Hypermobility”, warn the researchers, “is frequently an isolating and lonely experience”. Those that have families will be painfully aware of the strain that prolonged absence from home can cause. This kind of lifestyle has even spawned a common trope in popular culture, the “stay-away Dad” of American films who always promises to make the next school play despite being inevitably called away at the last minute.

Even those without families will be surprised to learn how psychologically disorientating constant travel can be. From the loss of “local place-bounded identities” to the “deterritorialisation of place-identity” the researchers present a dizzying list of potential psychological ailments associated with the footloose lifestyle.

Finally, for those who are sceptical of academic neologisms and prefer their research to be based on hard figures, consider the following example: in “a study of the medical insurance claims of 10,000 World Bank staff [researchers found] a nearly three-fold increase in psychological claims by business travellers (4,000 of those staff) as opposed to non-travellers”.

Business-class flights and five-star hotels are always going to be glamorous. Research such as this is as unlikely to stop the hypermobile from enjoying these services and the status gained from using them as it is to stop many of their less mobile colleagues from envying them. Yet it might just make both these types think twice about the costs of such a lifestyle.

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