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Renee Jun 14
Ok bros and siss: this space is in the LR of the apt we rented ❤️4U to weigh in on its purpose 🤷🏼‍♀️
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ExploreLearning 19m
Happy Birthday, Barbara McClintock! The first American woman to win an unshared Nobel Prize. She is regarded as one of the most important figures in the history of genetics. Learn more about growth and genetics w/ !
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ℂ𝕒𝕤𝕖𝕪 ℕ𝕖𝕔𝕖𝕤𝕤𝕒𝕣𝕪 5h
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STEM Education Works 6h
ONE. WEEK. until ! We're ready to go! Are you?
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ExploreLearning 1h
Spend the summer with Crabby 🦀 and the gang! Summer doesn’t mean your students have to say goodbye to your favorite Reflex characters. Learn more on our blog today!
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ExploreLearning 7h
School budgets are tight these days! Discover 8 tips to help teachers find money 💰 for their classroom with our free article. Click to learn more!
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CSU School of Education May 2
RISE research expertise in 3 categories: - Leadership for Intersectional Racial Equity in PK-12 & Higher Ed - Intersectional Racial Equity in College Access - Transformative Pedagogy, Curriculum, & Instruction in PK-12 and Higher Ed, incl.
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Tessa McEvoy 3h
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Michael Hirsch 6h
We are all set and ready to roll on the Life Science Teacher Change Agent workshops at ! Going to design some crispr experiments and culture our microbiomes woo!
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Karen Blumberg 8h
“‘Software engineering’ was a joke until the mission to the Moon made it the future”
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Dr. Caitlin R Williams Jun 4
Proof I’ll never lose my desire to teach others: just spent 10 minutes explaining a concept to a girl next to me in the coffee shop that she was struggling with on her Microbiology study guide 😂
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ArielleGoldstein May 31
night with some awesome 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders.
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Holger Voss May 24
Team 🌒 is shooting a short promo video for a friend in the US!
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Javier Montiel M.Ed. 7h
Our Mexican Students doing applied to aviation
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ExploreLearning 3h
📢 Gizmo of the Week 📢 Sometimes the most effective science lessons are the simplest. The Diffusion  is a case in point. Students adjust the opening between 2 chambers with gas particles and measure the diffusion. Sign in/up today!
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Laleh E. Coté Jun 6
A very nice person today was SHOCKED that I would be submitting my longitudinal study about STEM majors for publication. Scientists, please stop treating research like a hobby or something “anyone” can do. It’s just as legit as or . KThx.
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John Drazan May 29
Working with kids to get them into science is pretty fun.
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ExploreLearning 15h
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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Science Friday May 23
Why are honeycomb cells hexagonal? 🤔
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ExploreLearning 2h
New are coming! Free account Gizmos will be changing July 1. Sign up today and be ready to gain access and learn more about the moon 🌑, your senses 👁️, 🔭, and 🌱!
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