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Elly Dilworth Nov 24
A few great sites from during the workshop today on Assessment Through Inquiry: (for free book give-aways) (infographics) (classroom community video feedback etc.)
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Sally H. Apr 17
Check out our tree photography website. Join us in photographing trees and in spreading their kindness!
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Isabella Liu Nov 20
Students had to โ€œturn onโ€ their statistics brains for todayโ€™s Chemistry class: they used the entropy paraDICE game to understand the relationship between probability and entropy (disorder).
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Jake Miller Mar 4
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๐’ฆ๐’ถ๐“‰๐’ฝ๐“๐‘’๐‘’๐“ƒ ๐’ฎ๐’ฝ๐’ถ๐’ป๐‘’๐“‡ ๐Ÿ€ Jun 22
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Ms. Gallo Jan 20
Year 1 student: โ€œBut first I gotta go to the start.โ€ ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป๐Ÿ’ฏ How aMAZING!!
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Kimberly Mitchell Apr 4
Can we just...relax a bit? Pour your drink and come sit by the fire with us as we grouse, laugh, wonder and yes, inquire together about what we're all experiencing right now...
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Tonya Gilchrist Nov 25
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Lyon School Dec 20
Join us in our first Winter Break Family Inquiry! Together we will answer the question "What can we give that we cannot buy?" For directions and details visit or check you child's backpack!
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Sean Creamer Feb 14
My cardboard prototype of the robotic hand my G5s will make. I used a and servo to automate it. Part of an inquiry into how technology advancements change humans lives. Video to follow! Thanks for inspiration!
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Monica Isabel Martinez Feb 6
Great bumping into my friends from Midlothian ISD. Hope to see you guys in July! Letโ€™s Dive Into Inquiry!! ๐Ÿ‘‰๐Ÿ‘‰
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opportUNITY Feb 1
Check out the most searched: mathematician, movement, female poet, performance. And then ask.... if they are the most searched, why are they the least represented, esp in our classrooms?
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Nicole Burrows Jan 16
Some new rich texts for using during integrated inquires this year. Can't wait to see where these books take the students when they see, wonder and learn. โ€ฆ
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Danika Cottingham Apr 29
Iโ€™m already signed up, as the virtual has me pumped for more ! Whoโ€™s with me?
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Sarah Wick Nov 7
Super excited to start a new today with ELA 11. The topic: Identity. So far we have looked at gender, place, and mindset. Now time to let them go and come up with questions. Thanks and
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MmeBerard Nov 13
Today Ss were wondering, โ€œHow high can I jump?โ€ They tested out their verticals using vertical numberlines to explore how subtraction is also the difference between two numbers not always take away. Using think addition to solve for subtraction.
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MindShift Dec 28
Nurturing the means honoring sense of self, a sense of place, and a sense of others via
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Courtney Paull Nov 20
It is a sad day. My trusted computer has decided it is time to go and with that goes all my stickers ๐Ÿ˜ž. Not sure which I am sadder about...
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David Walker Nov 23
Superb, outstanding, thought provoking and inspirational workshop with Trevor considering characteristics of an inquiry classroom, types of inquiry, provocations and QFTs
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Marcus Blair Jun 13
Here's a project that has students inquire into the question of whether statues of controversial historical figures should remain or be removed.
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