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Victor Shandor Jan 18
“We should keep in mind, we don’t always see the whole picture when it comes to other people and there’s a lot more below the surface in each of us so we should always do our best to be kind and compassionate,” Abigail Padua said. .
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Elizabeth Milne Jan 17
Part of the group of Ss able to see Such an important and life changing movie. Thank you for the red carpet treatment. Ss said it changed them. Shoulda been a contender...
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Elizabeth Milne 2h
Lucky enough to teach agent who reps . He sent 125 Tabb High Ss to see it. They said it was life changing
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Roxana Fernandez Jan 15
Virginia & U. S. History students researched inventors, innovators, and captains of industry of the American Industrial Revolution in the Learning Commons.
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Elizabeth Milne 35m
Brilliant and will use this is drama class!
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Dr. Aaron Butler Jan 16
YCSD Family Engagement Committee reviewing strategies and discussing ways to ensure all families are equal partners in the education process of children.
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Heather Ball Jan 17
Q2 assessment-Great collab and critical thinking-Ss discuss modern scenarios - are individual or societal needs/rights more important and rationalize positions using historical evidence from our study of Age of Revolutions
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Craig Reynolds Jan 16
The 5 of us have winter birthdays and today was our lunch time together. But when it’s 64 degrees out, we head outside for lunch to 🎉
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chelseifox 8h
Replying to @TGSTEMedu @YCSD and 5 others
I think it would awesome to run a division wide PD for interested Ts! I bet there would be plenty of interest!
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chelseifox 8h
I showed this to and the other day! Looks like an awesome way to introduce kids and get them ready for the EV3s!
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Craig Reynolds Jan 17
May these kids not let go of their dreams. Thanks for stopping by and reading these. We can’t wait to publish them!
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Kaskin Jan 17
Ms. Napier's Cyber students use to 3D design ciphers. They use ciphers to compete in Battleship (AKA Cipher Simulation). Strategic encryption/decryption occurs via game-based simulation.
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Brittany Robinson Jan 13
When you hear kids talking about an awesome lesson, you have to go see it in person! Thank you, for welcoming me & showing me in action! So many ways to use this resource across content areas!
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bmes1stgrade Jan 14
Just registered! Looking forward to learning from Sharon Walpole!
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Mindy Adams Jan 14
MES 2nd graders are looking at text clues and drawing conclusions on who took the mascot.
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Kaskin Jan 17
Ms. Napier's Cyber students encode/decode while engaged in Spy Breakout (AKA Cipher Simulation). They program functions to transmit Morse Code. Peer groups decode to breakout – simulating cipher encryption/decryption.
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Candice Welch Jan 15
Excellent Quarterly Authentic Assessment in Biology with Mrs. Pearce! Students are producing a key, punnet squares, and designing male and female Organisms based on these genetic traits. 🙌🏼
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Kirsten High Jan 17
learning about the water cycle by making a working cycle! Love incorporating our into this water cycle review! Thanks again for making this a reality!
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Brooke Bultman Jan 14
Ss use Prodigy and partner games to practice math skills.
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Shellye Wardensky Jan 17
STEM Night . Can you cardboard construction the letters GBES in 3D, build Grizwald Grizzly in 3D, or build a big ball in 3D. SS and parents took on the challenge and crushed it!
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