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Kris Szajner Sep 18
🔶Mathigon Polypad🔺Check out this FREE virtual manipulative site!! ➕BONUS the base ten block manipulation is AMAZING!! Check it out here -
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Mashup Math Sep 19
Could you use a solid review or a head start on some challenging 5th Grade math topics?
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Paul Emerich France (he/him) Sep 18
"Of course, we cannot talk about without talking about . Access to is largely dependent on race and socio-economic status." LINK:
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Paul Emerich France (he/him) Sep 21
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Scoblic's 5th grade Sep 17
Thursday positive: GOOGLE BREAKOUT ROOMS WORKED! They are so much easier to use than other extensions, worked quickly, and the kids loved them! Our class used them for writing feedback today! Thanks 🙌👏
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Melissa Stewart Sep 17
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Paul Emerich France (he/him) Sep 14
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Morgan Privette Sep 18
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Melissa Stewart Sep 17
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Patricia Newman 🌍 empowering children to act Sep 18
THIS 👇👇is why I write environmental ! Lego to stop using plastic bags in boxed sets. New packaging will be paper🌍“The passion & ideas from children inspired us to begin to make the change.”
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Noah Geisel 5h
Elementary School Educators: What are the totally adult-level reflections that you're hearing come out of Littles' mouths?
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Paul Solarz Sep 16
FREE "Feedback Literacy Curriculum" - Part 1 14 pages of self-guided work that improves how students give & receive feedback:
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KidCitizenApp Sep 14
🥁 Drumroll... the KidCitizen Guest Director Contest is here! You could choose the primary source photograph that will be the centerpiece of a new KidCitizen Episode! Find out how:
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Melissa Stewart Sep 14
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Melissa Stewart Sep 14
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Heidi Carr (she/her) Sep 15
How are you using books in your DL to teach your content standards during your mini lesson? Besides using Edpuzzle, Youtube and/or read alouds. How are you getting them to be able to access the books and read the books themselves?
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Paul Solarz Sep 20
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Paul Solarz 20h
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Ben Abee Sep 16
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teacheridea 10h
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