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Jill Gough
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Jill Gough 14h
Hi Friends: We are looking for an inquisitive, nurturing, fun loving, flexible, and creative learner to serve/work as our new UED Math Specialist. Find more details here:
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Westminster 17h
Three eighth grade students took the top three spots at the statewide You Be The Chemist Challenge! Mason You ’23, the first-place finisher, will advance to the national competition in DC in June.
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Sarah Barton Thomas 19h
Thank you for a wonderful experience with Henry Leck.
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Adam Grant Mar 24
When you seek someone’s advice and then ignore it, you signal that you wasted their time and didn’t value their perspective. You can prevent that by being clear up front: I’m consulting with multiple people, and I’d love to hear your thought process.
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Jill Gough 19h
: Are you a giver or a taker? ( | TED@IBM) via
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Adam Grant 19h
Procrastination isn’t laziness. It’s avoiding a task that seemes unpleasant. To interrupt that pattern, focus less on the dread of starting the task today—and more on the joy of finishing it tomorrow.
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Mike Flynn Mar 24
"There’s a reason why board games are a multimillion dollar industry. It’s not because of their ability to enhance mathematical foundations, but, because they are fun. When children are engaged in play, they are learning."
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Alice Keeler Mar 23
Do a search in for Untitled Document. Press P to preview the document quickly. Press N to rename so now it's named!
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Tim Hebda 23h
Heavily Decorated Classrooms Disrupt Attention and Learning In Young Children.
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Peter H. Reynolds Mar 23
Would your students like to get published? : ) My online classroom publishing platform just went live - it's like inviting me to hang out with your kids for a few months to coach them through the...
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April Patton Mar 22
Partner reading during differentiated reading groups in is fun. We’re building comprehension, accuracy, fluency, vocabulary, and CONFIDENCE while reading with friends!
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Sarah Hanzman Mar 21
Partner talk is so fun as we read the same book together
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Lauren Kane Mar 21
Learning about energy transfer and making Rube Goldberg machines!
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Kate Burton Mar 21
Spent too much time this morning composing my own Bach-inspired tunes with the first ever AI-powered ! So much STEAM before 9 a.m.!
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Anne Jones Mar 20
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April Patton Mar 20
After reading a story with that used nonstandard measurement to compare lengths, we practiced comparing the lengths of different lines using unifix cubes. How many cubes long are they? Which is more? How many more? How do you know?
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Justin Cahill Mar 14
THE MACARONI WALL SIT relay. 1 macaroni, 2 macaroni, 3 macaroni!
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Nina Chamberlain Mar 19
Pre-K is learning all about birds! We are stretching our drawing skills by completing 3min sketches of five different native GA birds.
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Marsha Harris Mar 19
Sparking Students’ Love for Science with Storybooks. and share their love of picture books to engage learners in science.
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Marsha Harris Mar 19
Using Literacy to Inspire and Spark Coding with Young Learners.
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