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Piqua Curriculum 2 Dec 16
Jen discussing math and literact w/inquiry thrown in
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Elise Bodnyk 1 Dec 16
Convection in action!!
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Amber McCulloch 10 Nov 16
Science literacy is for all.
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Moses 12 Nov 16
Why does social justice belong in science class? How can it be integrated? Come join the conversation at , today at 11:00 am.
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Diane Vrobel 1 Dec 16
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Kristal Dupler 5 Dec 16
When you sit down to read the NSTA Blog and the first thing you see is your tweet 😊
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Mrs. Weingard 1 Dec 16
"The difference between a scientist and a five year old is the height." Foster curiosity! ❤️👏🏻
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Kendra Hinson 2 Dec 16
Stem design! How can you engage students in exciting hands on experiences?
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Blair Johnston 11 Nov 16
Why science? Foster curiosity, authentic literacy & math experiences, 4 Cs, informed populace, equity for all...
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Justin Moore 11 Nov 16
Open vs closed questions, the purpose of each and how students respond to each.
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Ruth McDonald 11 Nov 16
join us today to find out how we can increase elementary science in Oregon! Doubletree Multnomah room
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Andrew Eyres 13 Nov 16
learning, leading science education, building relationships, supporting public schools! Portland.
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Tyler C. Hollinger 1 Dec 16
Thanks for sharing These important STEM virtues, Ainissa Ramirez.
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Mrs. Ferg 1 Dec 16
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Lisa K 10 Nov 16
Standing room only in our EDC Calling All Carbons workshop!
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Kristy Mishler 1 Dec 16
OnlyatNSTA do you get to meet !!
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Steve Rich 10 Nov 16
NSTA Portland teachers join me 2pm today Outdoor Science with Birds Books & Butterflies to explore strategies that work
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iTech Preparatory 11 Nov 16
iTech and VPS present the GAUGE grading system at the NSTA area conference in Portland.
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Tom Jenkins, NBCT 2 Dec 16
Paraphrase A. Eisenkraft- Don't think of integrating eng. design as adding oil to water. It's more like pouring water into sand.
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Tia Holliman 1 Dec 16
"Scientists fail all the time. We just brand it differently. We call it data." -Save Our Science
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