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MmeDeSmedt 1m
Mme Meulemeester! We are inspired and working at home! What will happen if the plane is bigger?!
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Ivanka Trump Oct 19
.⁩ released a evaluation showing Iowa students were 25% more likely to be interested in STEM fields compared to students nationwide (45% compared to 36%). Her leadership in championing STEM education is pivotal to this success.
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lancelot Oct 19
*Prof is proving in Trigo and he is having a hard time solving it “When you encounter this, ask yourself: Am I making the right choice?” “If you reach this, do not forget to pray”
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Lockheed Martin Oct 19
“It’s important for women in STEM to get into classrooms and be an example for young girls to inspire them and show them what a career in STEM can be.” – Our CEO, Marillyn Hewson, speaking at the conference . Learn about our efforts:
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Aaron J.J. Kiselbach 🇨🇦 2h
Made some building blocks out of scrap lumber (pine). Just a little sandpaper and vegetable oil. Have already added more smaller triangle shapes.
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Niamh O'Meara Oct 19
Almost a year since the first draft of was completed I am delighted to see my first book is finally available online! Had a great time working on this with my co-authors and really hope it is a beneficial aid to maths teachers and teacher educators
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CBurt STEM/ECS Oct 19
Oxford needs a new office building just off the square. The mayor's requirements: building height 23-24 in. tall and must support a test weight. Materials vary in cost according to how they're used. Build the cheapest building that holds a test weight! Easy, right?!
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Power of Language 20h
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Miss. A. B. 14h
I had fun at today’s Hands On training! Loved all the range of activities provided by and her team! Thank you for all you do to help us transform our classrooms into inspiring learning environments! I know our kids will love these on Nov. 8th!
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Mary S. Campbell Oct 17
Psychology professor Dr. Danielle Dickens received a $493K grant to study code switching among Black women in . Her research will help students understand the challenges & opportunities Black women face building authentic science identities.
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Tonya Sherman 22h
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Fruition IT 55m
event in Leeds will encourage more women to take up careers in
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Erin Cutillo 20h
My little makers had a lot of fun this morning at Jersey Shore Makerfest!
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CHARLOTTE S. 14h
Coriolis Effect, Atmopshere and Global Climate were topics of this week’s APES classes.
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Natalie Panek Oct 18
I know the importance of role models in (and any profession). But we do not need to preface what we do with 'women' or 'female'. I do it sometimes too! We are engineers. We are scientists. And we are changing the world.
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Curiscope 22h
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ "I hit the jackpot with this birthday gift!!! I saw this on the Today Show and bought one for my granddaughter. As a retired educator, I think that it is incredible and my grandchildren will be the envy of the class when they wear it to school." - Pat Mabe
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Shell 3h
Moguh, Den Haag 🎡 It’s the final day at but there’s still time to get hands-on with science 👩‍🔬 and technology 👨‍🔬 More:
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jennifer cheesman 10h
Hour 3...one thing I’ve observed is the stuff on top shows the shape of the candy corn and the liquid resembles a liquid candy corn too.
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Class 2-205 Oct 19
Family Friday STEM challenge complete! The 2nd grade engineers made bats and discussed how to make them hang upside down!
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Javier Rabelo 18h
Biomedical students at the Saturday Academy were batty today. They dissected bats to learn about flight
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