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Beal Science 4h
Grade Nine Science Olympics! Mystery Periodic Table
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Christi English 2h
“We could use a hammer” “We could pour hot water on her” “I can bring in a blow dryer tmrw” “If we move her into the sun maybe she’ll melt faster”
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zach Dec 17
I like smoking cigs sorry 🤷🏼‍♂️
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St Margaret's EarlyON Child and Family Center 8m
Siblings’ teamwork. One is putting the clothespins on, the other one is taking them off.
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Mrs. Hangsleben 2h
When your student's ugly sweater is broken & you're studying electricity at the exact moment in Science.........BOOM! I may not know everything but the smile on her face was priceless ❤
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Jordan 5h
**After buzzing the parking guy because my CC doesn't go through** Me: My card won't go through but it did a minute earlier in your establishment Him: Use another card Me: I only have my CC Him: Get some cash at the ATM Me: Him: Me: Thanks
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Caitlin Hall 4h
Breakout EDU with students was AMAZING!!! (Even though our students are not fond of the camera!)😝
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Jennifer Lasher 4h
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Erin 16h
Incorporating technology into the classroom is engaging, but it should also be well thought out and include learning goals - like these robots that were designed to remove nuclear waste to a collection site.
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Classroom Secrets 4h
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garymetz 17h
Basic Principles For Solving Just About Any Problem
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Spirit Ebooks & Bargain Book Deals 6h
KINDLE BOOK Mind Hacking Secrets: Control Thinking, Improve Decision Making, Reclaim Your Attention, and Unlock Your Limitless Potential by Som Bathla “Old ways won’t open the new doors.” ~ Anonymous
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Elissa Freda 23h
Thanks to a generous grant from VFEE my 3rd graders had a great time using teamwork and breaking out during Library today! ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Marie Jobson 5h
Such a privilege to be to hear from Yr8 students
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Marc Hodgkinson 1h
Laid-up again this afternoon. The one advantage is time to YouTube surf. I came upon this awesome bit of justice that includes some great examples of & I could see using it in some Intermediate classes.
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Swarup K. Bagul 7h
In sometimes defining a problem statement becomes a problem for team 👀
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Miss L Groves Dec 16
A problem that’s been bugging me over the weekend from the Yr 13 MEI textbook- Personally I’ve come to the conclusion there are too many unknown variables to completely solve but can someone prove me wrong and answer it? -
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BPS Year 4 Dec 15
Looking at account because I have nothing better to do on a Saturday morning. Great work guys!! We’re seeing the benefit in your maths work every day
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Eastern Fire Station 8h
Do you have a head for heights?Sometimes it is not possible to perform a rescue via ladders, we train regularly using rope access equipment. Similar to abseiling we can lift and lower those in need to safety.
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Blakehill Primary 7h
6R initiated a problem solving challenge for them selves this morning - exploring how to build the tallest tower with their Christmas cards!
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