Author Archive: Alison Hudak

Alison Hudak is a certified teacher of secondary English language arts, with experience in grades 7-12 English, writing, and college preparatory courses. This multi-faceted experience has helped her garner information about various types of learners. Alison firmly believes in the intrinsic motivation that can be supported and developed through the collaboration of teacher, parent, and student. She approaches teaching with determination to inspire students to appreciate and respect the learning process and is eager to share any insights learned through these experiences.

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A Healthy Balance of Routine and Flexibility

| August 31, 2015 | 0 Comments

You hear the same thing over and over: The older you get, the faster the years go by. As a kid, summer used to feel like an eternity. I would find myself yearning to go back to school just to see my friends […]

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Being a Role Model for Inner Peace

| September 1, 2014 | 0 Comments

Everyone seems to struggle with the hand they were dealt at some point in life. Hopefully it is a quick phase that leads to self-acceptance, but for some people, it is not that easy. I am fortunate enough […]

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Freedom in Literature

| July 1, 2013 | 1 Comment

As an educator, there‚Äôs almost nothing more freeing than the month of July. School is freshly out, the sun and surf are readily available, and you finally have time to tackle those projects you have been neglecting during the craze that is the end of the school year. This newfound free time also affords for […]

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