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King Arthur Flour

King Arthur Flour

Master of Arts in Teaching Biology (Initial Licensure) Degree Overview The Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) Biology Program consists of two tracks, preparing candidates for either initial or professional teacher licensure in Biology at the Secondary level. The MAT in biology initial licensure track provides a balanced curriculum of biology and education courses to give graduates a strong background in content while improving their skills as teachers. Students learn to apply a wide range of biological knowledge including a bioethical perspective, expand their strategies for teaching science to all students, and develop critical thinking skills through experimentation and active learning in the classroom.

stonesoup — 5 ingredient recipes The first time I tried going paleo there was one meal I really struggled with. If you’ve ever had an attempt at eating low carb or going ‘full paleo’, I bet you’ve struggled with this too. Yep. Breakfast. Social Media & NGOs: Crossing Boundaries & Building Bridges! Can social media help Non-Governmental Organizations achieve their humane goals and reach their charitable objectives? How could social media be utilized efficiently and effectively in order to promote noble causes and humanitarian concerns? Could social media negatively harm the messages that NGOs try to spread throughout the world? A Brief Introduction In one of my recent posts, I discussed, in details, my thoughts about the great power that social media possesses in addition to my sincere faith that it has the ability to pave the path for world peace.

Nutella-filled Banana Muffins... I toyed with the idea of calling these QPTWB Muffins (Quite Possibly the World's Best Muffins), but it seemed a little braggy...and difficult to say. I actually take no credit for these muffins being the's all due to Nutella. Inspiration? Caramel Stuffed Apple Cider Cookies I am not a bossy person by nature. I pretty much go with the flow- I'm a middle child for heaven's sake. But I'm going to tell you to do something. Playing for Change Foundation The Playing For Change Foundation relies entirely on the contributions and donations of its supporters to keep its mission alive. These donations directly help to build, staff and equip new and existing music schools in communities in need of hope and inspiration. Our mission is grounded in inspiration, and in addition to your monetary support, we need your inspiration too. We strive to connect the world through music and in so doing, we also strive to connect our advocates with our cause. Our growing community of sponsors, from the individual to the corporation, has the opportunity to be creatively involved and linked to the growth and spirit of our cause. On September 21st, fans and supporters from 56 different countries performed in concert halls, cafes, and street corners to celebrate Playing For Change Day, our 3rd annual event!

Lavender & Lemon Scones No judging, ok? I've had this little tin of dried culinary lavender in my cabinet for over a year. I know, I know....that's a big no-no. You see, sweet Aimee from Simple Bites gave me a tin of culinary lavender at Blissdom (in 2011). ;) I just couldn't find the *perfect* recipe to try with I kept it in my cabinet and would just open the tin and take a whiff occasionally. No judging, remember?

Broccoli Cake recipe There's lovely little patisserie in Paris Called Rose Bakery. Here, in defiance of all sense and logic an Anglo French couple have opened in the heart of the pastry version of Disneyland that is Paris aka Pastryland and they serve up lovely little Anglo French treats to a roaring trade. There isn't a traditional shop window and only a door to entice customers. The coffee, cheeses, pottery and cutlery are from England. Sometimes things that just aren't supposed to work do. Case in point: broccoli cake

Monkey Bread Muffins... quite possibly the best thing I've ever eaten! These muffins are quite possibly the best thing I’ve ever eaten!… Did I really just say that? Yes, I did! These are without a doubt a-maz-ing! Panna Cotta Tricolore This is the last dish of the menu that I have created to celebrate the 150 years of the Unification of Italy. When I decided to make a theme menu for the occasion, this dish was the first I pictured in my mind. I knew I wanted to make a layered sweet to represent the Italian flag.

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