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Malissa F Shriver 41m
Proud to be recognized by ⁦⁦⁩ board w/ ⁦⁩ editor ⁦⁩ “Distinguished Alumni” 4 supporting & in CA w/ ⁦⁩ principal Dr Stephanie Richardson ⁦
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Debra Kidd Sep 11
Teachers. Loads of museums, art galleries, arts organisations and theatres offer free educational outreach work. Make the most of it - so many education officers struggle to get schools to engage or even return their calls.
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Room 214 Sep 17
Decided where to add in some vibrant colour on our self portraits.
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Amy Bones-Jones 6h
This is wonderful news! Wishing you so much goodness and light in all that you do for your students!
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Andréa Rainy 1h
Replying to @AndreaRainy
Couldn’t post a video and photo in the same tweet....
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Scholastic Teachers 10h
Art teacher handcrafted outfits match her lessons—we’re obsessed!
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Pippa Couch 13h
Come and work as Formal Learning Programmer deadline 8 Oct
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Center Theatre Group 3h
Introducing our Fall 2018 Apprentices! This cycle will be supporting by Eliza Clark, our World premiere at the . Stay tuned for updates as they shadow and learn from their mentors throughout the rehearsal and tech process:
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Malissa F Shriver 6h
Feeling grateful to be back in Alhambra ⁦⁦⁩ where I went to elementary school and had the opportunities I want for all students, to &
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CreatingCreators 24h
Endeavor to merge the traditional sense of education with the real world. What occurs in the classroom must not insult a student's past but must build upon it to encourage future learning.
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Katie Brickner 6h
Truth: I am terrified of math. And science. But working on the issue of was amazing! I learned SO MUCH! . . . And if your students complain that doesn't belong in , tell them that if I can embrace it, so can they!
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Katie SheehanSmith 5h
When they ask if I can stay after with them so they can get extra rehearsal time end… The answer is always YES!
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Roosevelt Artists 3h
Seventh grade artists prepared their final pieces for display, composed insightful artist statements, and acknowledged the work of their talented peers in a gallery walk, before displaying our first unit to the rest of the school.
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Malissa F Shriver Sep 16
⁦Defines Who We Are & What We Can Become 🇺🇸⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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The Art of Education 3h
How to Avoid Cultural Appropriation in Your Lessons
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Joanna Maselli 7h
Interesting conversations about power, privilege, discrimination, corruption & oppression today as gr 9s develop scripts based on sources related to bullying, body image, youth empowerment & social action
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𝕃indsay 𝕁ohnson 2h
For a glimpse into our art studio, follow to see our artists creating, presenting, responding to, and connecting with art. Creativity and critical thinking are alive at Roosevelt Middle School!
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Mr. DeWilde 4h
is celebrated from Sept. 15 - Oct. 15. My students learn about Hispanic artists and cultures throughout the whole year. I’ll be highlighting projects throughout the month. What artists do you include in your curriculum? How are you celebrating?
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Be Part of the Music Sep 14
Did you know that students with high levels of involvement are less likely to drop out of school by 10th grade? via
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Young Audiences - VA 48m
Thanks for the follow!
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