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clyc.me 7h
Todas las causas que apoyamos con nuestra plataforma, apuntan a los 17 objetivos de desarrollo sostenible. All the causes that we support with our platform point to the 17 sustainable development goals.
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Mairin Genova Jun 13
TABA time! Reflecting on our grade level theme, relationships, and finding cause and effect chain reactions amongst their ideas.
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Sarah Allard Jun 6
When you hear an impromptu Jazz Band performance led by the talented Mr. Poe, you pop out to enjoy the amazing music!
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Mairin Genova Jun 7
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Elizabeth Scott Jun 6
This is how we indoor recess.
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Sarah Allard Jun 14
Wrapping up our year with the last few passion project presentations...several have moved me to tears! From red pandas, Tommy John injuries in baseball, air pollution, and new medical research- I couldn’t be more proud of their work!
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Sarah Allard Jun 12
Working on a Taba as we reflect on our journey throughout fifth grade!
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Sarah Allard Jun 12
Truly touched by the thoughtful gift from my class. We read this book, “The Insignificant Events in the Life of a Cactus” and we loved it! Such powerful lessons weaved throughout the novel. Thank you all for shining so brightly in my life 💜💙
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Mairin Genova Jun 11
Wrapping up our novel study of Walk Two Moons with some Kaplan prompted thoughts and reflections
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Alejandro Callejas L Jun 14
We are working, for not left no one behind. Strenght capacities and protecting our nature. Sharing benefits with . Here we are!
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Mairin Genova Jun 13
Students design, impliment, and reflect on their own scientific investigations
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Dr_Francesco_Cantarella Jun 14
Replying to @yazmaeda @DrUgoGrossi
At the end what really matters in a functional disorder are patients' symptoms and feelings... Sometimes hard to fit in a score!
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Mairin Genova Jun 13
How does the southern story telling tradion of combining multiple interwoven storylines in Walk Two Moons reflect the fractured state of mind of our narrator? What purpose does each story line serve? How do they build the theme of a search for identity?
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Mairin Genova Jun 12
What is a foil in literature? How does it differ from an antogonist? An antihero? What purpose does this literary device serve and how does it make us question the power of nature and nurture in shaping personality?
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Megan Schulstad Jun 12
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Ley de Murphy Jun 13
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Patricia V.Ponce 14h
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Alfonso Navarro Carvallo 14h
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NuQum.com 17h
Replying to @ThiaBallerina
I did not know she said that. I can’t imagine a context in which that sentence makes any logical or humane sense.
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MUN Bilbao Jun 14
The Infants’ fiesta was about saving our & the We saw raindrops & suns, children recycling & using sustainable transport, bees & flowers & butterflies. It was a lovely fiesta with an important message - there is no planet B!
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