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Andy Wall Dec 6
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Jove Stickel ED.S. Dec 6
A1 it’s a great way to demonstrate what they know, it allows for students to be creative and involve their passions in their learning
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Krissy Venosdale Dec 6
Joining tonight from Houston, TX. Because making matters. And because I'll always love Imo's pizza and Gus's Pretzels.
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Andy Wall Dec 6
Andy, teacher from St. Charles and I make stuff... a lot...
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Andy Wall Dec 6
Always give a play time before you try to teach kids how to use something (within safety reasons of course)
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Hallie Mills 3h
What cookie absorbs the most milk? 4th graders investigated to find out!
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Jove Stickel ED.S. Dec 6
I’m Jove a MS Principal from central MO and I’m glad to be here
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Coach Kellerstrass Dec 6
A1: Creations stimulate inventions and innovation. It usually involves making something much more convenient for our everyday lives!
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Debbie Fucoloro, PhD Dec 6
Replying to @JoveStickel
Hi Jove! Glad you're here!
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MOedchat Dec 6
Welcome to ! Please introduce yourself, share your role in ed & where in the world you’re tweeting from tonight!
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Heather Lister Dec 6
A1) Making 'stuff' is cool, but I like the way making empowers kids. Reinforces that they don't just have to accept things the way they are - they can improve things and create things to make the world better.
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Howard K. Kiyuna Dec 6
Replying to @awall777
I did a cardboard engineering summer session. We made Google Cardboard. A student who was typically disengaged academically out-designed me. I was not surprised. Made it a big deal on twitter.
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Andy Wall Dec 6
Replying to @krissyvenosdale
They say more connections equals better learning and making provides a physical connection to what they are learning
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Ted Huff, Ed.D. Dec 6
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Krissy Venosdale Dec 6
Replying to @debbiefuco @MOedchat
LOL a kid once told me, "Everything is your favorite, you always say that." I must sound a little like Elf at times, but it's true, I like it all.
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Howard K. Kiyuna Dec 6
A4: I had a reserved girl who was on the autism spectrum. Academics were challenging. Saw and PVC came out she walked up. I made chocolates, she jumped in & picked up on my workflow immediately. Built an aquaponics in our fishtank, she watched it daily. Plants, same.
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Krissy Venosdale Dec 6
A3) I like providing a mix of digital and analog materials and letting kids create their way. Cardboard unleashes so much potential.
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Ted Huff, Ed.D. Dec 6
Hi everyone! Ted, Middle School Principal, from O’Fallon, MO ready for
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Park Hill South Counseling 51m
Are you interested in Northland CAPS? Each individual strand is offering their own Open House to help you learn MORE information about their programs. See flier for details.
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Coach Kellerstrass Dec 6
Strength coach from Plattsburg
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