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Katie Perez Sep 13
Practicing being good scientists by learning what happens when we don't wash our hands. Had a control, bread we passed around w/unwashed hands, & bread we passed w/Sanitizer on. The lesson here? Wash ur hands! Q=? P=prediction O=observation C=conclusion
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LisaNiemuth Sep 13
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Bill Breitenkamp Sep 13
Building periodic table from our elements
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Bill Breitenkamp Sep 13
Drawing our Bohr models
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Matthew D Sep 13
& Mr. Wunderlich, thanks for meeting with me to discuss the multitude of offerings at Great knowing that just because we’ll start small it doesn’t mean we’ll be limited. Very excited about the cutting edge robotics program.
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Kristen Adams Sep 13
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Katie Ebner Sep 13
Oh, deer! Making population studies and limiting factors fun by playing a game... sneaking in some graphing and analysis questions/critical writing at the end 👍🏼🦌🌳📈
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Canyon Lake AVID Sep 12
Coach Means doesn’t have a Twitter, but that’s not stopping him from showing off his Focused Note Taking! Here his students are working on their FNT in forensic science on the Casey Anthony case!
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Jolyn Caddell Sep 13
It’s Friday the 13th and a full moon but I’m praying and believing that today is going to be wonderful ❤️
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Lyn white Sep 12
I would like to get MP3 players for my classroom to better serve students. This will allow a more discreet way for a student to get Oral Administration of quizzes and tests. Please support our cause.
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Melonie Steele Sep 12
Created a physical model of an atom, counted the protons, identified the atomic number, and found the element on a periodic table. Then we kept on practicing by counting protons and identifying elements at other tables! They only had to do 4. But every class asked to do all. 🥰
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Taylor Keller Sep 12
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Patricia Nieto Sep 12
What kind of maps help us understand geography? CoachBillo students observing maps and documenting thinking
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Patricia Nieto Sep 12
Had to see CHS Memorial wall. Beautiful tribute and student reflection. Thank you CHS Social Studies!
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SVMS Library Sep 12
The ELA department spreading the message. READ Y’ALL!! I love this group! Getting kids into books EVERY DAY!
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Comal ISD Sep 12
Join us on Thursday, September 19 as we encourage everyone to wear gold for Childhood Cancer awareness! Spread the word, let's show our support!
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Rachelle Killian Sep 12
6th grade ELA QUIP rocking the common language, tools and practices!
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Lacy Alvarado Sep 12
You can't teach conductors of thermal energy without "Hot Chocolate"
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Comal ISD Sep 11
According to our demographer, we’re expecting to see 5,600 new students enrolling in Comal ISD schools over the next 5 years. That puts us at more than 29,000 students for the 2023/24 school year.
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Michael Keranen Sep 11
Thank you Bonnie Jacob!
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