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Sarah Chapman 21h
Students decided to give their “animal shelter” some protection from the rain during recess yesterday. We all know how little cats and unikitties like the rain 😂
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Elizabeth Bertrand Dec 13
leading students in a super engaging task to focus on the importance of 21st Century Competencies.
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Keri Wright Dec 6
During independent time Silas became very creative and made “Elfmon Cards” who are about our elves in the hallway. Love it!
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Helen T. Doan 13h
We used a discarded brown door to make this headboard for under $80. We painted it white, added crown moulding, and topped it with a shelf. It's detailed with trim and floral designs. The doorknob hole is concealed by a working electrical box and switch plate.
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Year 1 TSP Dec 12
A busy day for our little architects! Year 1 have been working hard in DT to design and make mini houses. It took lots of great teamwork and communication skills, to work together to bring our designs to life. 🏠✂️🔨🖍
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St Augustine of Canterbury CofE Primary School Dec 13
Year 2’s classroom ready for an afternoon of creativity, creating Christmas puppets.
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Burris Elementary Dec 9
Burris students solve problems with simple & complex machine inventions! Students came up with problems, and classmates had to create a simple or complex machine to solve the problem!
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Michelle Gough Dec 6
Today at , we spoke about how PLTW is teaching and assessing transportable skills. Among other things, ' Susan Martin highlighted the innovative technologies we use to assess skills like , , , and more.
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Total Events 11h
Check out today’s unique Mitzvah luncheon designed by our Senior Event Designer - What a stunning set up with warm tones and exceptionally inviting lounge settings.
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Our Foundation Stage Dec 12
The ch found ways of extending their reach to "catch them insects on the silver tree." T (3.4) Twisted twigs, pens and rulers were held high as the boys stretched up with great determination.
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David 5h
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BrickScholars Dec 7
Good to see they’ll be assessing in 2021. “In the latest test, it assessed global competency, asking students to express how they relate to others and what they think of their lives and their future; in the next test, in 2021, it will assess creative thinking.”
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Berna Aslan 22h
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Gretchen Dec 13
It might just be me, but I think tessaracts are totally trending! RT : Maybe it's my mathematical side, but this is down right interesting! Makes me think of Flatland.
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Ms. Ferreira Dec 12
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Logo Design Quotes Dec 8
You don't think your way to . You work your way to .
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Mrs. Ashcraft's QUEST Dec 6
Quest students applied knowledge of gravity & friction to design vehicles to safely get our elf down a zipline.
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Sam Owen Dec 10
And of course there's treats ...always helps with idea generation.. 👋
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Ashley Elm QUEST Dec 11
We did ffoe. We were supposed to make a snowflake in to some thing else by using divergent thinking.
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Neha Singh Dec 13
Allowing children to and helps them to develop and ..My grade 6 covered all aspects of light , shadow and reflection in a simple shadow story narration..a 10 mins activity
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