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David J Shibley Feb 16
Hey everyone, what problem would you like help solving?
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David Ismailov 37m
Replying to @dima_david
For ideation, whiteboard/paper and someone to talk to as a starting point. Sticky notes to write ideas down to re-evaluate them few weeks later.
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Victor Rubio 1h
Connecting warehouses on each coast for streamlined fulfillment for events across the country. This is what I love to do. .
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Lil JMads 4 1h
Embargo act has caused a lil problem... so lets get rid of it with the Nonintercourse Act!!
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Howford Harris 2h
There is always a calm atmosphere in Class Harris when it’s puzzle time
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Ann Walters 1h
Everyone wants to know....does wrestle chickens????
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Melissa Kooiman 11m
KB practices and skills with a handmade game of Mancala. Learning to developing grasp and enhancing our 1:1 & skills. Can also be played using chalk and pebbles outdoors!
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eternalel 1h
We need to our as a new way for
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Nicola Scott 45m
My Ss loved this Coded Hundred Square activity. Growth mindset at its best with Year 4s
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NurseryLTPA 2h
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Chrystal 59m
Coding in Grade 5 There’s an old saying that a teacher should be a "guide on the side", not a "sage on the stage" ~Mitchel Resnick
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Torphichen Primary 3h
Team building activities for staff today!
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Ray Hoskie 2h
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AHS LLC Feb 18
It's not bad to have problems. Problems alone don't make us unhappy. What makes us unhappy is having problems and then not being able to make progress towards a solution. It's getting stuck and failing to solve problems that is unpleasant.
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Year 3 Marshfield 2h
Challenging Coding in 3DW, building algorithms using 2 sprites
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Emily Stogsdill 8h
We are this morning & working on steps to a .
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LJ Southon 4h
Sharing our problem solving skills with our primary students.
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Marissa Cashmore Feb 18
Comparing regular and irregular shapes. How many? How accurate have we been? How can you be sure? Which one has the largest area?
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Energy Lighting Svcs 3h
We had a great time networking at the February meeting! We also learned about changing technology and problem solving from guest speaker Mike Rodan of JLL. Until next time!
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Reap Benefit 17h
Join us in the of actions taken by 300 from 100 🏫 across Hubli-Dharwad! A day full of and on Trigger Mapping, Rapid and more on developing 21st Century To know more, DM 📧!
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