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Kim Maslin Oct 17
Replying to @theworkpad
A4. That STEM is more than just teaching "Maths" or "Science" curriculum. For me, it's about integrating knowledge from multiple disciplines and applying to create meaningful solutions
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Rachael Lehr Oct 17
Please join me in thanking our amazing guest host, Adam King - what awesome questions and such a great chat!
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#PrimarySTEMChat Oct 10
Q3: What are the best online resources you would recommend for teachers new to teaching and learning?
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#PrimarySTEMChat Oct 10
Q1: What advice do you wish someone had given you when you were starting your journey?
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Ryan G Nelson Oct 17
A7) Great question...survey students about what’s important to them, visit other schools and adopt ideas, have a program that is flexible to change...
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Prof Asha Rao Oct 17
Hi everyone. Asha here from Melbourne. I have used a lot of 😀this past day. Am tired from celebrating a mathematician winning the PM’s Science prize for. 2019. 😀
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Jason Coleman Oct 17
Sorry, I am signing off. Interweaving not my friend tonight. Trying to organise an overseas FaceTime call with Switzerland. My focus needs to be there. I will catch up later. Cheers! 🍍
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Teachers As Leaders Oct 17
A3 It really is about students discovering and finding solutions within their world - and we never know what that may spark in them for later in their future - so much potential within our classrooms
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Ryan G Nelson Oct 17
A4) I have two...teacher hesitance (though important to work through/mentor as it often stems from anxiety) and resources.
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Matthew X. Joseph Ed. D Oct 17
Good morning (well here at 5:30 am Boston) - Matt J - C/I director
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• A D A M  K I N G • Oct 17
A6 This is how I have organised Lego WeDo.
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💧Claire Seldon Oct 10
i agree Rob! what works for me in my context maynot work for someone else. as part of this i guess feel free to experiment, and ask the Ss for feedback, tell them you're learning together, include them in evalution of units.
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Troy Harkin Oct 17
A2 - Emojis for STEM? Supporting others in their paths, especially Ts working to try new things.
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Dan Summerell Oct 16
To my , come along to our STEAM Showcase evening on the 7th November from 4 to 8pm - Hazel Glen College, Doreen. It'll be a great night with a lot to see and do.
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Your daily conversation report is ready for for Oct 17th
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Matthew X. Joseph Ed. D Oct 17
A2: I am interested in learning more and thanks to I have over the past 18 months and will keep learning and supporting this strategy of education.
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Matthew X. Joseph Ed. D Oct 17
A7 - more time, work flexible learning blocks so if students "get into" a project they see it thought when they are in the zone.
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MYDTECH Oct 17
A5. I couldn’t choose!
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• A D A M  K I N G • Oct 17
Q6. What’s the best STEM organisation idea that you have seen? Provide credit.
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Jason Coleman Oct 17
A3: It’s actually the struggle - a mindset of commitment to solve a problem and find a workable solution. All ages and developmental levels can work together and have some fun. I love a good too 😉
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