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Dan Summerell 10m
A2 - Of course, my biggest recommendation for a resource for would be Twitter. I owe a lot of my learning of STEM to this joyful place and this brilliant chat
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Lauren Morse 20h
working on my ISTE cert, interested in your favorite tech or resources that support culturally-relevant and project-based learning. Any crowdsourced help is appreciated!
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Joel Scott 11h
We had a fabulous afternoon trying to build bird houses to 1) Hang on a tree 2) Hold bird seed and 3) Withstand the weight of a bird
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100Kin10 18h
Studies have shown that students achieve higher grades, by as much as 70% in math and 40% in science, when they’re able to do hands-on activities related to those subjects such as .
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Wonderville.org May 17
Netflix is coming out with a new 13 episode series that follows Sahana Srinivasan as she explores -focused topics, ranging from the science of selfies to the rationale behind the widely held “five-second-rule.” Follow the link for more info.
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Kate 2h
Great co- teaching lesson today to teach about computer networks. Kids found all the things in the school that connect to the network, drew a diagram on the ground then used string to show how the network connects to each other.
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STEM Video Hall 18h
Don't worry! Voting and comments might be closed but you can still watch videos anytime!
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Caitlin Robbie 14h
Today students created cubes out of cardstock to become more familiar with the properties of cubes and strategies to construct 3D objects. Can’t wait to use these skills to engineer our cubesats next week!
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ExploreLearning 31m
Kids in K-2 are exposed to early with games and animated characters to make complex learning fun. Students do hands-on chemistry activities to experiment with matter. Learn more today!
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Veronica Ohara May 20
83 scholarships were awarded to Hawaii Island students, $325,000 in total. Financial support from the Think Fund matters when the cost of living is higher than the average income. The Thirty Meter Telescope works partnership with Hawaii Community Foundation.
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Camilla Fisher May 20
Brainstorming with my second years where a degree can take you... can't say they have the most optimistic views 😂
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Microduino Inc. 18h
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ExploreLearning 6h
Young students naturally have a desire to play and experiment. Encourage their curiosity with hands-on projects! Learn more about science projects and experiments for K-2.
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Michael Roth May 20
Task: send 1 chip in the mail to AHS and unscathed. Testing force to break different chip flavors to determine packaging.
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Veronica Ohara 2h
The Think Fund at the Pauahi Foundation funded 34 scholarships to date, through student's entire academic career; all students are Native Hawaiian. The Thirty Meter Telescope helps to build pathways for future generations.
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Dr Catherine Ball 28m
This sounds awesome Anne! Let us know how you go :)
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Christy Green 12h
Best_Day_Ever!! chariot races. Third graders built chariots that could carry a frog stuffy on the race track.
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Marenda Taylor 3h
RT Imported_Fun "Inspire Them to Build Like daVinci! "
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Jaco Broodryk May 20
Congratulations to the Whakarongo Technological Turtles who took out 1st place in the Epro8 Challenge Regional Grand Final!
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ExploreLearning 5h
🎉Celebrate the 150th year of the periodic table with our free electron configuration ! Explore one of the most significant achievements in science as students configure electrons for elements.⚛️
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