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Molly Glover 2h
Tomorrow is the first day back with students, and I AM PUMPED!
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Third Eye Prep 🤓📚✏️🧮 Aug 12
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Tynker Aug 16
Interesting article on factory workers picking up coding for career stability. Kids can stay ahead of the game by learning to code now! via
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Sonsuh Ed. Supplies Aug 12
Ever had a super busy day and in the midst of all the hustle and bustle, find yourself pausing at a beautiful creation? This was THAT moment.
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Tynker 8h
Hair Salon is a beautifully illustrated user-made project! Give it a whirl:
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Sarah Thomas Aug 10
My dad found this cool contraption hidden in a cabinet. It's called a mirascope. The shell you see is an optical illusion.
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Melissa Boehme Aug 16
. thanks for liking my post! I’d love to find it how I can get some of your for my classroom! I teach 4th grade and we would love to try some new STEM challenges!
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Melissa Boehme 3h
Replying to @LMCDOWRA @cantu_loera
I teach 4th graders in IL and I’m hoping for some and for my students. We start tomorrow!!
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Tynker 12h
The internet is a great resource for kids to learn and have fun, but it can also be a dangerous place. We've outlined our top 3 tips for keeping kids safe online:
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Just Elizabeth Aug 12
Thoughts on graphic syllabi in higher ed? As instructor or student? Do you like it or have you heard of it?
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ExploreLearning Aug 17
🐙Gizmo of the month!🐙 Grumpy’s Restaurant is now hiring! As a new chef at this underwater bistro, students learn the basics of manipulating algebraic expressions. Get a free account and learn more here!
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sciXplosion Aug 16
And here's how things look BEHIND the camera! 🎥
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Stephanie Springer Aug 17
From a friend in 😂 Never too early to teach critical thinking
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ExploreLearning 10h
📢Gizmo of the Week📢 2019 marks the 400th anniversary of one of the more unusual books in the history of science, Johannes Kepler’s 'Harmonices Mundi,' or The Harmony of the World. Students discover all 3 of Kepler's laws w/ !
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nicola flanagan 10h
Beautiful display helping to give this area of the library purpose -
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Hilary Powell Aug 17
Community building, brainstorming, collaborating and planning ways we can make changes within education to better prepare our students for our changing world.
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✨ Inspire Them...✨ Aug 17
If you focus on success, you'll have stress. But if you pursue excellence, success will be guaranteed.
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Rachael Lehr Aug 16
Does engagement always equal fun? Join guest host on Thursday for to share your thoughts! 🤩
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Krista Farner Aug 16
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ExploreLearning Aug 16
Celebrate the start of a new school year with our Top 10 most popular . #10 Chemical Changes 🔬: Show your students how chemicals form new substances! Click to keep up with the countdown!
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