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Michael J. Crawford, PhD Jan 27
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Maya Batres Jan 14
A learning experience from sharing has been the value of infographics to communicate results. w/ presentations as short as 5 min, it's been an important tool to clearly show what we did, for all stakeholders, making us more effective at bridging science/policy gap
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CaSE May 18
Delighted to have the Science Minister show her support for our new Place report on maximising the local economic impacts of R&D Investment in the UK
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Daniel Pierce Bergin Mar 11
Taking in the vibe during Jim Crow of the North screening at Justice Page school. @ Justice Page Middle School
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NAAEE 🎓🌎 Mar 15
“I’m the sum of the places I’ve been and the experiences I’ve accumulated. Place is powerful, personal, and persuasive.” Read more from on in his new book, The .
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Emily Liebtag, Ed.D. Mar 7
My belief that place and community should be at the heart of learning was seeded by my students. We designed a garden, grew our own food, and connected to place. Oyinka, Yessenia, and James taught me the and how to lead with empathy — not ego.
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Emily Liebtag, Ed.D. Mar 5
So thrilled to share that our book is coming out March 9th! Link in bio
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AMRC May 13
Designed to feed into the Government's 'levelling up' and R&D investment agenda, CaSE's new report examines how to maximise the local economic impact of greater R&D intensity across the regions and nations of the UK. Take a read here 👇
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Amanda Solloway May 13
Levelling up R&D across the UK will be an essential part of our long-term response to . Today’s excellent report by looks at how we can harness existing research excellence across all our regions
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Stephanie Lawrence Jan 2
Spent New Year's Day hiking at Antietam, not a bad way to start the year.
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Karalee Nakatsuka 🌎🐸🇺🇸 Apr 28
Replying to @historyfrog
You can read and learn about how popular Grant was, but visiting his tomb really helps to understand what that really means.
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Jill Browne May 26
’s “The Power of Place: Authentic Learning Through Place-Based Education”. Yay!
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Chairman Aimee Jorjani Apr 30
Preservation Month has begun! Like everything, it’s a different kind of one. Starting off highlighting the privilege of working in this inspirational space (while not working from home). 15 million red bricks! 🧱
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Be_Noble Nov 5
coming together to discuss our . Thinking about resources, risk, grants, crowdfunding and social investment.
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Eric Nentrup Apr 3
Catch our captain, talking about the on the pod -
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Tom Vander Ark May 19
Hope to see you May 26 on this free webinar on the
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Rural Schools Collab Apr 3
Finding yourself with extra time on your hands 😉 We’re so excited to be a part of the new book The : Authentic Learning Through Place-Based Education. Order your copy today!
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CFUnited 2020 Dec 16
Interested in seeing what topics we are covering at ? Be sure to check out our latest updates at Registration is open and sponsorships are still available!
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Chairman Aimee Jorjani May 14
South Carolina is rich in African American heritage. Here’s a great article offering a virtual tour of sites for this
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Elsa LICI May 26
is such an empowering learning approach for the students and the teachers! Webinar
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