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Learning Alternatives Sep 12
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Mrs. Skeese 32m
Amazing presentations today by my 4th graders in their Native American tribes! Beautiful posters and really creative villages built from materials found in the classroom. The students loved this unit!
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1/2YabbiesCPS Sep 10
Our digestive model is almost complete !
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Lectrify Sep 14
This is so awesome, look of focus and concentration on those teacher's faces!!! The power of in action!
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Mrs. Parsons 6h
Who needs to use a math journal every single day when we can take a class survey and make a poster bar graph instead ?! @ Lynch Elementary
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philanthrobot 20h
How might we force combs to think more mortally?
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Getting Smart Sep 15
"We can help students connect what they learn in class, read in news articles and watch on YouTube to higher-order research skills and analyses—so they can change the world."
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Summit Learning Sep 13
Middle school students teach university students about , including and goal-setting.
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Jeff Hegnauer Sep 13
The theme in STEAM has been team! We are also working to take the time to refine our design (It also helps if you can rhyme).
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HSVcitySchools 4h
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The Feminist Makoti x #SistaHoodHour ✊🏽🇿🇦☀️ Sep 14
I was seriously stressed when I realised that I wouldn’t make it to everything that I plannned today but seeing her living it up with teacher Michaela, made me feel like I was mothering alright 😭🙏🏾 Thank you for the love 💚💙
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JISofficial 12h
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In their scientific research, they made detailed observations of different animals and used their data to formulate a hypothesis on the animals’ connections. Our young scientists looked at rhino beetles, larval grubs, crickets, and even a skink lizard!
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Nina Oropeza Sep 13
SA 5th graders have spent the week at Shelburne Farms exploring the question, “What makes a sustainable community?” It was great to join them as they explored the inn and examined historical artifacts!
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Suzie Melton Sep 10
Need help with for 6-12th grades? I've spent hours researching programs and I can tell you is your answer! Free lesson plans and great results.
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philanthrobot Sep 10
How might we allow Government Relations to fight more patiently?
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PriceTeach Sep 13
Staying resilient and collaborating to plan and build bridges we planned as a team and then built structures from around the world!
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Danika Resch Sep 12
LA 6-8s outlining the plot of our play! We began with a mini lesson on plot diagrams and discussed our expectations for a plot. The kids broke into groups to delve into our idea for our play and turn it into a plot outline.
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Teaching Salmon 20h
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Mid-Pacific Sep 13
MPX9 STEM students are asking important questions and doing the essential research to find the answers!
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Robert Oliver 6h
So cool seeing Kristiana’s student designed poster promoting the upcoming 2019 Surf Festival gracing the doors of local businesses out and about the #805. The was a assignment in…
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