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Wendy Bowman Jul 17
Part of our land was being strip-mined. I was able to explore the site. I found petrified wood. The wood was used a hook in my Science lesson about the formation of coal.
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Deborah Shannon Jul 16
We could use my commute to work to predict how many weeks before I have to fill up, or to calculate how much it costs me to work at North compared to Duncanville. Or maybe we could calculate percentage of my driving that is not commute.
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Wendy Bowman Jul 17
N2-One app I use that my kids would like is Word Search Addict. The app is an untimed word search with a variety of kid friendly puzzles. The kids would be introduced to new words. Word search puzzles are a great way to train the brain.
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TweetsbyJen Jul 17
Ai: To beautify my work would be to find ways to include real world experiences in the classroom, utilize technology as much as possible, and be ok with showing my human side. It’s ok to make mistakes and to tell your students your are not feeling well.
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TweetsbyJen Jul 17
T2: I have used classical or meditative music for SSR, and when teaching Poetry. With a poetry lesson, we analyzed lyrics to a popular song (Fireworks by Katy Perry), then listened to the song. It engages the students every time!
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TweetsbyJen Jul 17
N1: Ask for help when and idea gets too small. Getting help opens the opportunity to learn something new or see things from a different perspective that may not have been considered.
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Wendy Bowman Jul 17
T2: When a student inspires me, I celebrate the student. Depending on the student, it may be with a note, a private discussion, or something public.
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Emily McIntosh Jul 10
I tell my students a story about a personal experience, whether funny or serious. I then let them write papers or journal about their own experiences that they are reminded of. Students create much better products when I share something in my life.
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Wendy Bowman Jul 17
Replying to @KWarnick13
YES! When your students know you're not your best, they empathize with you. They know it's okay to not be their best everyday.
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Deborah Shannon Jul 16
Replying to @Mrs_Hitt17
I had some anxious moments last year when the internet decided to go down. I am going to put together a group of hands on, minds on activities that we can explore deep off-road mathematics on those days.
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Dell EMC Federal 19h
Half of organizations are using services. discusses how agencies behind the curve can take action:
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Deborah Shannon Jul 16
Art can be incorporated into math with drawings made from equations with domain restrictions. Bach is very mathematically based. I wonder if there is a way to incorporate his formula based approach into some kind of math analysis problem?
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Deborah Shannon Jul 16
Numbers are often used to skew an argument to whatever side is being presented. Maybe it would be cool to take a controversial event that has data and get the kids to skew the data two different ways to support each side of the debate.
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Wendy Bowman Jul 17
T-When students present alternative ideas in class, depending on the situation, I foster a discussion. If we can't spare the time, I work in time the next day.
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TweetsbyJen Jul 17
Ai: I love to travel, and a guilty pleasure is watching various Reality TV shows. I believe I can connect my students with my content threw sharing what I have seen and learned from my travels ie. culture, traditions
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TweetsbyJen Jul 17
T1: While reading Diary of Anne play, I assigned students to sketch their favorite scene from Act 1, and received some great Products! Incorporating Art is so engaging ;)
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MISDPlanetarium Jul 17
Aa: Runnin on fumes, for me is teaching the same lesson for the 50th time, I mentally remind myself that this is the only visit to they will have for the year and that gives me the motivation to engage in Ss as they walk through our doors.
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Karina Vu 16h
A tub of baby formula holds 964 g of formula. One hundred grams makes 26 fl. Oz of formula. If a baby requires 40 fl oz of formula each day, how many tubs of formula are needed for eight days?
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maker.io 14h
Already fond of tesla coils & video games, when asked the if they could create Wattson’s Interception Pylon you know they jumped at the chance! ⚡⚡ Here's how it went down ->
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VCU Career Services 19h
Internship Alert: The Valentine has posted several internship positions for Summer 2019 on Handshake! Find the full details at and apply before August 8th.
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