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ElastosTroll 🐃😘🚀 Sep 11
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Ms. Davis M.Ed 16h
My year is going really well! 😻Praying for prosperity, growth and achievement for my students and myself! 2019-2020
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Leslie Corbitt Sep 15
First sustain writing practice of the year! Love seeing everything these students remembered from our reading and writing strategies last year! Their summaries are already fabulous and we will continue to grow so much together this year!
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Paige Fitzsimmons 20h
Starting the potato project with our 9th graders! Students were given potatoes to grow and “survive” just like Mark Watney in “The Martian”.
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Mohomed Rimzi Sep 15
Fantastic to watch....I am sure if this move happened in sri Lanka there will be plenty of shouts of crooked throw from the sidelines...💯☹️
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Chris Murray, Ed.S. Sep 15
Literacy skills aren't just for . They're for all content areas (math too!!). Last week's formative revealed exciting opportunity- chance for us to become better at reading word problems! Tomorrow Math 6 will be annotating problems & using graphic organizer to plan solutions.
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pmoylan1029 20h
Starting our words their way sorts !
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Fleaky_Boi Sep 11
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Ms.Duan Sep 13
Guessing our high frequency word!
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Jessica Casey Sep 13
challenge part 2 in class today! Students designed and built a water transporter to tie into our study of “A Long Walk to Water”. We ran multiple trials and improved our designs to best help Nya in her day-long trek.
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Maranda Olson Sep 13
Impressive Authors in 3rd Grade! 🎤📝
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Kristin Anderson 13h
I can’t put into words all the feels that came from this one. :keep the tissues nearby.
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Cynthia C. Sep 15
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ElastosTroll 🐃😘🚀 Sep 11
And so it begins, the first to move across to has an ethereum sidechain for any to operate in a scalable ecosystem secured by
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Julie Patrick 14h
I'm happy to be a seller. Here is my teacher store if you want to follow me.
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N Marie Madison Sep 11
folks, my school’s had a tragic couple weeks and my normal short story unit is just a little too bleak and violent for our current moment. Could you recommend happy, uplifting short stories for 9th/10th grade?
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Elisa Anderson Sep 16
Way to go Erin! So proud of and your students.
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CreositySpace 2h
The -- where meets literacy & lets kids dream big. Watch your and class come to life!
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Mrs. Talmo 16h
Small group and collaborative learning are the best!
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Historical Classroom 20h
Looking for the next study guide to work on after I post St Nicholas (coming THIS WEEK!!!!). I'm thinking maybe Charles Dickens.
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