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Corrado Musumeci Feb 28
Since I read 's book something happens inside me: my passion that was fading out starts burning again. He is so passionate that you can fell the energy just being in the same room. Thanks for bring him in my city
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Elsheika Thompson Feb 2
Saw this idea on Twitter and thought, "I have to do this!" A special thanks to Mrs. Namyar and her 7th period for helping to bring this idea to life!
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Donna Miller Fry Mar 7
Remember to celebrate that YOU are a learner tonight. "... a commitment to professional learning. There are no shortcuts or detours or one best route that works for everyone."
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Elsheika Thompson Mar 5
Algebra 1 students demonstrating as they learn to use Desmos on their chromebook to carry out 'Linear, Quadratic, and Exponential Regressions'!
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Heather Dickman Dec 4
Love that this girl is brainstorming some good ideas for her seminar project at NKU.
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Beechwood Assistant Principal Mar 6
Excited to see our Ceramics students creating today! One benefit of the 7 period day has been the addition of electives such as this and it is awesome to see the students thriving!
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Beechwood Assistant Principal Feb 20
Our AP Environmental students operated a mine simulation-making decisions to remove resources, control costs, make a profit, & protect the environment. Love the engagement to explore exploitation of mineral resources & the environmental impact!
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Sarah Longman Dec 20
In the midst of chaos, frustration and setbacks I think about her teaching. Ever so softly she placed her time weathered hand on mine and said, “it’s okay to make mistakes, I know you are learning”. I will strive to be a gentle teacher.
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TeachingTigers🐯 Feb 19
SUPER fun day. Began by reading to kindergartners w/ some amazing high school Ss 📚 Then, took a trip to the 1930s w/ freshmen in 's class learning about historical context of Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird. ❤️beechwood
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Enrico Meloni Dec 12
Alright Twitter, we need you! 😎 With we'll be talking about classroom VS online courses... Ur opinion is gold, so please take few minutes to answer our survey (you only have to press buttons, no need to write!) 👉 THANKS!
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Beechwood Assistant Principal Feb 7
A big thank you to the Cincinnati Stroke Consortium for using hands-on activities to teach Mr. Booth's 9th-grade health students about what a stroke is, how to recognize symptoms, & how to decrease the risk factors for developing a stroke.
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Caitlin Malherek Jan 18
Did you know that one snowflake alone is not really white? Big buddies helped kindergarteners experiment and build their own snowflakes today! These kiddos love the older positive influences and learn so much from the mentorship
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Arch Ceramics Mar 15
Thank you to our friends at for hosting training today. Getting down and dirty to make sure we know our stuff!
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Heather Dickman Jan 24
Students demonstrating what they have learned about coordinate grids through open response writing. The results were amazing!
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Catherine Jan 9
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Miss Steedman Dec 14
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DDDino Feb 9
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Lucas Gontijo Mar 8
A teacher must be reminded that no matter how tired it makes them, a class that starts will always end. What must not start is impatience and anger, and what must not end is enthusiasm and hope.
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Fait First Grade Feb 14
Three leaders and learners enjoying a shared reading experience!
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Holy Family Emerton Feb 24
Holy Family is excited to ask Gran all our questions! 📫
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