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Denver Public Schools Science Jun 24
proud to represent Denver Public Schools with Bill Penuel and share our systemic approach to increasing equitable teaching and learning opportunities in DPS!
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Cindy Gay Apr 10
Without engaging students in explaining phenomena, we are just telling students about science... and then it's a history class.
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Ann Hammersly Jun 25
You make your world as big as you want it. Stephen Pruitt
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Karrie Wikman Jun 25
Science should be personal and relevant...spark student interest early! Dr. Dennis Schatz, president of NSTA
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FASS Jun 26
Thank you FASS for sending us to NSELA SLI!
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NSELA Jun 26
Thank you for an amazing Summer Leadership Institute
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Lesley Kirkley Jun 25
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Trisha Herminghaus Jun 26
Science peeps hanging out at NSELA’s Summer Leadership Institute! , ⁦
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Minna Turrell Apr 10
“Science class should be more like Jazz Band than Musuc Appreciation” —Brett Moulding
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Karrie Wikman Jun 25
Systems thinking in education!
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Beth Branch Jun 25
Great conference collaborating with science leaders from across the country as well as those from Florida!
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Elizabeth M Jun 26
Science leaders using phenomenon- based approach to learn how dolphins communicate by investigating waves, energy, and information
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Ann Hammersly Jun 25
Listening to Stephen Pruitt is so inspiring. but rather a teacher!!
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Jen Gutierrez Apr 10
Favorite new resource I can't wait to share
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Joe Simmons Jun 25
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Joe Simmons Jun 24
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Karrie Wikman Jun 26
Lead with phenomena and the three dimensions will follow! Amplify Science at NSELA!
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Derek Gangwish Apr 10
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Lesley Kirkley Jun 25
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LPS Science Jun 26
LPS science teachers, principals, and curriculum specialists dove deep into science this week
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