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Jill Gough
Learner: Learning to sketch and sketching to learn. See
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CheesemonkeySF 6h
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Chrissy Newell 10h
Great read about Emmy Noether, one of the OG !
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MAA 13h
In her lifetime, Emmy Noether changed the world of physics, but not without overcoming several obstacles along the way.
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MindShift 5h
Many educators of color now lead conversations about race and social justice on Twitter and Instagram. And they've shifted the narrative
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NAIS 4h
Deadline in 2 weeks! Help colleagues reach new heights by presenting a workshop at the 2020 NAIS Annual Conference, February 26–28, in Philadelphia. Submit your proposal by June 7.
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Erikson Early Math 11h
"Up to 93% of American adults have some degree of math anxiety. The problem often starts in elementary school, but parents can do a lot to fix it." Raising Kids Who Love Math — Even If You Don't
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Cindy Johanson 7h
ICYMI: New video reinforces the power of drawing & doodling as part of the learning process
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Tracy Johnston Zager 9h
Woohoo! For folks planning a summer or next-year book study of by , make sure to check out the FREE and excellent study guide here:
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Shawn Achor 9h
“Ask any parent or grandparent what they most want for their children or grandchildren, and the most likely response will be, “We just want them to be happy.” ….but how do we do that as parents? discusses parenting with the :
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Trinity School 10h
Congratulations, Class of 2019!
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Stenhouse Publishers May 23
"Math and Academic Safety" - Chapter 3 of 's - is so good and so important that we're giving it away for free. Please read and share! -->
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Adam Grant 12h
A freezing office isn't just less pleasant for women. It hurts their performance. Increase room temp by 1°C, and women do ~2% better on math tests. That might sound small, but it's half the gender gap on the math SAT. :
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Javonne Stewart May 23
Even on the last day of school, leadership doesn’t stop!
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Samantha Steinberg May 23
“Luke Skywalker was like a dyslexic student. He had these amazing superpowers, the force, he just had to learn how to use it!” “You belong.” - wise words from Schenck alum Jack Sullivan
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Fort Worth ISD May 21
's Linda Antinone, a math teacher at , is heading to Washington, D.C. as one of the 2019-2020 Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellows! Read about her journey to obtain this prestigious fellowship at .
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Samantha Steinberg May 23
“It’s okay to fall down, but get back up! Be brave, be bold, and be ready.” “My Schenck Family, the world needs all of you!” “You are unbelievably awesome just as you are.” - Jack Sullivan, Schenck alum
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Jill Gough 12h
❤️ challenges our graduates to show moral courage: 1-Work hard and persevere 2-Be kind; be the one that champions others. 3-Find and follow your passions and purpose.
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Rhonda Mitchell May 23
Early learning is the foundation for all future learning. Investing in it provides the greatest return - better health and wealth for individuals and our country. Thank you for hosting tonight’s screening of and panel.
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M. Scott Perry MD 13h
How Can A Child With A Neurological Condition Receive Academic Help? In this 90 sec , learn about IEP, 504 plans, ARD meetings, and other resources available to help kids succeed in school.
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Joseph P Marshall 14h
Congratulations to Trinity’s Class of 2019! Thank you for a great year and continued happiness and success as you move into middle school!
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