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M.J. Mouton 56m
Annie Jump Cannon and Henrietta Swan Leavitt. Annie manually classified nearly 350,000 stars. Henrietta helped us to know how far they are.
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Lori Smith 35m
Designing, engineering and problem solving at Conner Prairie today.
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Mr. Gunderson PE Jan 15
activities and teamwork all in one! Race across the ocean and built you hula hut on the secret island!!!🌴 🏝 🌴 palm tree
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ISTE 10h
8 STEM tools you can use for any subject
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Mrs. House Jan 15
worked on engineering earthquake proof towers
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Cinzia Imbriano Jan 8
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Dorseyville Elem 16m
5th graders working on making bubblebots!
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Aqsa Ali Jan 15
It's common knowledge that having a mentor can help you navigate your career, but did you know that mentors gain almost as much, if not more, from mentoring others? Be a mentor
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Kim Collazo 13h
This group of Sphero zoo train engineers rocked the task! “No more than 3 animals can ride in the same train car.” This was try #8
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Tina Sullivan 4h
Our 5th grade students doing STEM boats.
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MrsOrr&P6/7E 20h
After being inspired by so many people on Twitter, I decided to create my own 'Plenary Cards' with some of the most common activities I use with my class to assess progress, engagement and knowledge! 😊✨
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Ms Rastin 🌈🇨🇦🍎 3h
I’m starting to get why so many colleagues love as I observe the class working on their straw bridge designs. So many great conversations that demonstrate real learning. And I love how this group is using multiple resources to research their design!
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UNESCO Jan 13
Less than 30% of researchers are women. See the facts:
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Fund2Foundation 19m
Underserved students + opportunities = a better solution 💡
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Dennis Fletcher 11h
Students Mazing It Up !
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Eric Mumper Jan 14
Dear fellow majors, Please fucking stop belittling non-STEM majors. Instead, why not try accepting everyone as they are and trying to make more accessible and exciting to non-scientists so we can all band together and save our planet. Sincerely, a scientist.
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MiddletonHighSchool 5h
Middleton Magnet student outreach at Buchanan
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Mark Caddy Jan 14
What a Jet looks like before a new coat of Red paint. Stripped back down to metal and previous paint layers.
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Dr Amy Fowler Murphy 9h
So fun to reconnect one of my former students while working with teachers at today! She is now their education specialist!!
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Dana Baron 9h
My senses are going wild. animatronics facility is just amazing. We couldn’t take many pics (understandability) but here is a clip. He contributes his success by being surrounded with educators that nurtured his passion from a young age.
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