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Teaching Salmon Feb 22
Hi, hello! I created a youtube channel for my English II classes! Please feel free to like and subscribe to keep up with all the fantastic things we're doing at !
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Sheri Vanmeter Feb 22
We are down $50 please think about donating to my project! Stem For Our Classroom | DonorsChoose project by Mrs. Vanmeter
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Lance Mangham 8h
65 Years of #1 Hits. 1982 was the year I started following the charts. Casey Kasem counted down American Top 40 every weekend and I Love Rock ‘N Roll was a huge hit.
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Holy Spirit Episcopal School Feb 21
In honor of Black History Month, the 4th graders researched, wrote, and performed plays about two greats- Martin Luther King Jr. and Rosa Parks. ⁣ ⁣
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Lance Mangham 8h
65 Years of #1 Hits. 1981: Still played every time your team wins almost 40 years later, Celebration by Kool & The Gang.
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Lance Mangham 8h
65 Years of #1 Hits. 1983 was the year of Michael Jackson, but one song that year has continued to become even more popular in the 2000s, Africa.
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Lance Mangham 8h
65 Years of #1 Hits. Four great songs in 1984, but the one winner is the one you get to hear every Halloween, Ghostbusters.
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Amy Cresson 54 Feb 21
Today was our final work day for our marketplace products! Next week we will open our marketplace for other first graders to go shopping. Our next step is to create advertisements for our amazing products!
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Lance Mangham 8h
65 Years of #1 Hits. Up to my favorite decade, the 80’s! One of Queen’s several number ones tops the first battle of the new decade.
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Maeve Murray 8h
A1: A classroom utilizing a approach means that students are asking questions that are meaningful to them, with a teacher who creates the time/space for students to then investigate the answers
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Shelley Andros Feb 21
Yes, I love what to do, getting students outdoors and learning through project based activities. True ownership of their learning.
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Maeve Murray 8h
A3: I think helps students uncover their own ‘whys’ & in turn helps the teachers learn more about what excites/provokes/frustrates/intrigues the different students in front of them
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OTIS for educators 12h
Research shows that students learn best when they’re active participants in their learning, especially when it comes to / subjects. That’s why we created iBlocks. Explore our solution here:
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Mike Miele 8h
Welcome to ! Tonight we will be discussing . Please introduce yourself, share pronouns, and tell us what you do!
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Lance Mangham Feb 22
65 Years of #1 Hits. This was a big surprise to me! Car Wash beats Star Wars, Hotel California, and Dancing Queen.
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OTIS for educators Feb 22
Check out our map for some ideas on how to customize your iBlock! Search by categories or browse by your state for top industries — and the content they’ve inspired.
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Maeve Murray 8h
A2: I’ve seen successes at The Compass School & where teachers invested a lot of energy into developing challenge tasks related to coastal RI ecosystems. This leads to relevant conversations & can prompt some mini field trips
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CWInstitute (CWI) 15h
Register today with very special Early Bird rates. Put your vision into practice this year at CWI's 2020 Summer WEST Institute. learn more:
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Lance Mangham Feb 21
65 Years of #1 Hits. Very much a split vote in 1972. While it didn’t come in first in any category, I Can See Clearly Now was consistent enough to win.
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Jennifer Gonzalez Feb 16
Brand-new guest post from the brilliant . Basically a mini-course for anyone who feels a little lost on the journey.
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