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Eric Chagala, EdD 1h
In 2018, girls were reported to be more lonely than at any other time in history. Vexing article on girls as guinea pigs in the unchartered world of social media. We see these impacts daily at school. Thank you for sharing.
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Ms. Russac 8h
Could not partner with a better colleague for our transdisciplinary project on immigration . Each year we are blown away by the passion of our students to tell their stories and share their research. It’s a powerful reminder of why is the way to go.
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Brittany Tedrow Dec 13
My students loved completing this ecosystem diorama project so much that many of them were asking to work on it during recess! Their finished products and presentations were both fantastic. Students work their hardest when they are having fun while learning!
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Heather Hess Dec 11
6th grade Ss putting the final touches on their water quality/pollution projects!
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David Simpson, Ph.D. Dec 11
Why do I ❤️ being a principal? Today I was able to help these 8th grade students record their podcast for their experience!
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Ms. Goyne Dec 11
Began interviews for the manager role in our Snowman Factory!
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Mrs. Lingenfelter Dec 11
Roller Coaster PBL Unit: Exploration Day 1. Always a fun day!
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RachaelEve 5h
Replying to @v_lees
Yes! I have used before when I taught at Maketu. Thank you for taking the time to inspire me! 🙏
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Dannika Nelson 20h
👏👏👏, rockin’ her first teaching experience while she’s still in high school!
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Mr. Kurada's Class Dec 12
Room K2 loved presenting their ant unit. We showcased our ant habitats, colony mural, fact books, ant bots, ant tree house, and much more! It was great to hear students using words like “mandible” as they described the parts of an ant to their families!
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Catherine Duggan Dec 11
Impromptu in ELA today for prototyping products that will commemorate Hidden Figures of the past & present!!
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Mr. Kurada's Class Dec 12
Incredible TK/K products led by the fantastic ! Students worked in collaborative groups to research and construct a planet to present at !
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Mrs. Dawson’s 2nd Grade Dec 11
Ready to start our Coming to America Simulation! My classroom is setup as the final stop on the tour and is the voting 🗳 room!
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Springpoint Dec 13
Students from our partner schools have been engaging in high-quality units focused on rigorous and relevant topics. They've also been partnering with experts & presenting their work to authentic audiences. Amazing job everyone!
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Andrea Lynch Dec 13
When you give kids real world, authentic problems, they come up with great ideas!
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Melissa Harrison Dec 13
This quarter our 3rd graders focused on various Fairy Tales, Tall Tales, Myths, Legends and Fables. They incorporated Reading, Science, Social Studies and Math. Today we had our Folktale Extravaganza and Live Wax Museum.
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BandicootsCPS2019 Dec 10
A fantastic event wrapping up Stage 3 ! Sharing sustainable practices including , a powerful performance with a strong message about climate change, insect snacks, vertical farming and practices and processes to promote sustainability at school! Amazing work!
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Kelly Grannis Dec 13
What a kind, hard working group of kids we have! Today we packaged half of what we bought for the VA hospital in Cleveland. Beyond proud and love how excited they were to help others in need.
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PBLWorks 7h
A Natural Fit: Integrating Social-Emotional Learning and PBL | How to make sure PBL and SEL are not seen as separate add-ons to a school's program.
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Ms. Kaur Dec 9
Snapshot of some PBL projects: I am so proud of ALL my students. They stepped out of their comfort zones and presented construction proposals to the community. Thank you for always working so hard and making me proud every single day!!!
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