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Letters to a Pre-Scientist 16h
🤔Did you know...this is the pen pal program's ninth year - and it's our biggest year by far! 1,650 pre-scientists are writing to 1,650 STEM professionals!
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Mrs. Murphy 18h
Starting our final drafts today!! Round 2 Letters will be sent out this weekend!! 🎉🎉
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Letters to a Pre-Scientist 20h
in Mr. Gabriel's class!! 🎉🎉Pre-scientists shared parts of their letters excitedly with their classmates!
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Ms. Pinto Nov 13
Student: “Ms. Pinto! There’s a bug moving around in my microscope!” Me: “It’s your eyelashes.” 😂
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Letters to a Pre-Scientist Nov 13
Program update: 🎉We've had 22 letter opening parties over the past two weeks! Over 1,000 pre-scientists are busy writing replies to their STEM professional pen pals! ✍✉️
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Letters to a Pre-Scientist Nov 13
in Mrs. Haney's class! After students opened their letters they had time to share with classmates what they learned from their pen pals. While sharing, one student proclaimed: “My scientist is the coolest person!”
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Letters to a Pre-Scientist Nov 13
Scientist spotlight: Danielle Maxwell
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Kalyn Dorheim Nov 12
Let conference sticker season begin! Picking up son stickers for my pen pal!!
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Kevin Ohama Nov 12
Letter Opening Day at Marion Mix Elementary on 11/9/19. Excited students! Happy readers! Great program!
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Letters to a Pre-Scientist Nov 12
We need your help! Vote for Ms. Cronmiller's class aquarium so they can buy more fish! 🐠🐡Go to this link, find the class' habitat (pictured here) and vote for it everyday until December 9!
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Miss Hoyle Nov 8
We are excavating “fossils” today in 7th grade
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Letters to a Pre-Scientist Nov 12
Learn more about the awesome STEM professionals who participate as pen pals! Head to our Instagram () story to learn about during this Tuesday's takeover!
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Letters to a Pre-Scientist Nov 12
Find Danielle on Insta! FYI- our handle is different!
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Danielle Maxwell Nov 12
Today I’ll be taking over the Instagram account to talk about chemistry education, analytical chemistry, science outreach, and more! Check out their story to follow along! ☺️👩🏻‍🔬
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christine liu 🌿 two photon art Nov 11
Attention science educators! We are mailing out ~200 free copies of our nicotine zine. Fill out this google form to get one to incorporate into your STEM curriculum: You can read/print the zine for free here:
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Letters to a Pre-Scientist Nov 11
This should be fun(ny): What was your most prized possession in middle school? 🚲🕹️🏈🎷💿📷📕
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Salma S Nov 10
⁩ Letter Opening Day!!
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Letters to a Pre-Scientist Nov 10
Know science teachers interested in hosting the LPS program in their classroom next year? Encourage them to follow us and sign up for our mailing list! We will start recruiting in the spring of 2020 from majority low-income schools.
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Letters to a Pre-Scientist Nov 9
. visited an LPS classroom in Euclid, OH! She shared her college and career experience and taught students about RNA. She even made RNA flip books for pre-scientists to take home! 🧬📘Thanks for sharing your STEM journey with Mrs. Haney's class!
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Letters to a Pre-Scientist Nov 8
How can we create a more equitable STEM pipeline? Check out 's research to learn about building, attracting and retaining a more diverse and sustainable STEM workforce and why starting STEM early is important.
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