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Tracie Schroeder
Trying to make the world a better place one teenager at a time. Teacher of chemistry, physics, robotics, engineering, astronomy, geology, ocean and met
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Tracie Schroeder Jul 4
Replying to @karalu79
I need to! Abbie wants a weekend on Broadway :P We were tentatively planning it for this summer, but I am going to Data Camp in a couple weeks and couldn't fit it in.
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Tracie Schroeder Jul 3
Replying to @karalu79
This so much. I was so lucky to fall into such an amazing group of teachers in person and here online. I never would have made it this long as a teacher without their support. Still miss you!
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Tracie Schroeder Jul 1
Replying to @stampingout
Don't do SBG? I actually have been for about ten years now. Our district is asking our ELA dept to go that way, so I am just looking for examples in that area I can point them to.
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Tracie Schroeder Jul 1
I am! I actually teach science and have been doing sbg for years. It seems our district is starting to make a shift that way and is starting with the ELA department. I talked with one of our teachers yesterday and told her I would see what I could find. Thank you!
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Tracie Schroeder Jun 30
Awesome! Thank you!
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Tracie Schroeder Jun 30
Our dept is tasked with transitioning to in the next two years. Anyone have any resources specifically for that subject area I could pass along?
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Tracie Schroeder Jun 25
Replying to @DrDawes
Sure, if you design it yourself :)
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Tracie Schroeder Jun 20
Replying to @MissStrunk
OMG...we had one just like that only it was red. We had to park it at the top of a hill to get it started!
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Tracie Schroeder Jun 20
Replying to @MissStrunk
This takes me back! I grew up on a farm, and my dad would always get so frustrated when I didn't know I had to use vise grips to short the battery across the alternator to start the truck :)
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Tracie Schroeder Jun 19
I get that teaching is tough, but if you are thinking of your classroom as a battleground, maybe it's not for you. And using a term in your classroom that most people have only ever heard in the context of assassination? Not motivating. Not appropriate.
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K-State Polytechnic Jun 18
As an initiative to promote education in high schools, 25 educators spent last week on campus working toward their certification. The course was FREE & included flight training on multirotor aircraft. Next session is July 29 - Aug 2:
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Tracie Schroeder Jun 16
My kids this my twitter is boring :) I will, every once in a while, be reminded by my principal that he does, in fact, follow me...
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Tracie Schroeder Jun 16
She's so precious!
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Tracie Schroeder Jun 14
Kansas Teachers - I just got back from an amazing UAS pilot workshop at in Salina. They have a few spots left in their July session. If you are looking to put in a UAS class or are just interested in what it entails, I highly recommend it!
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Tracie Schroeder May 25
You know it's going to be awesome PD when the list of supplied materials includes "aircraft during flight training"
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Tracie Schroeder May 17
Ooohhhh!!! What did you use?
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Tracie Schroeder May 15
Replying to @bennettscience
This has been a goal of mine for years. You may have just motivated me to sit down and start the process
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Brian E. Bennett May 14
In light of the new Indiana law requiring teachers to do a 15 hour externship (among other bad choices) to recertify licenses, wins the prize for best offer EVER.
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Tracie Schroeder May 14
Replying to @karalu79
MISS YOU TOOOOOOO!!!!
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Tracie Schroeder May 13
Just got an email from one of my online students telling me how much she enjoyed my class and that she was looking forward to taking physics II in the fall. I may have cried.
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