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Rebecca Bathurst-Hunt
FRIMM Kindergarten Teacher w/ . Passionate about nurturing learners’ curiosities, wonders & hearts. Co-author of pub.
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Rebecca Bathurst-Hunt 17h
Replying to @SuzHarwood
So great!!! We’re about to do more this week.
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Rebecca Bathurst-Hunt 17h
Replying to @BeckKeough1
Thank you!
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Rebecca Bathurst-Hunt 17h
♥️🙏🏻
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Rebecca Bathurst-Hunt 17h
So awesome 👏🏽
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Eric Bankes Apr 17
Learning about building student capacity for inquiry based learning with . Learning about "spark"ing and provacating questions.
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Rebecca Bathurst-Hunt Apr 18
Replying to @CriteriaQueen
♥️♥️🚀🚀
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Joy Nugent Apr 17
Amazing space inquiry In kindergarten at George Jay!
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Nikki Leeming Apr 17
Such amazing inspiration for the Blewett and Inquiry fairs coming up in May !!!!!
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Rebecca Bathurst-Hunt Apr 17
♥️♥️ thanks!! Sounds amazing.
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Trevor MacKenzie Apr 17
I asked my class how we could leverage technology to change our lives? A student showed us this: Google Earth: Saroo's Search via
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Rebecca Bathurst-Hunt Apr 17
OUT OF THIS WORLD! 🌎☄️👩🏽‍🚀 Space Inquiry Museum to showcase our passion, Inquiry, research and learning. We were asked “where would you explore in space and what would it be like?” Cue research and 38 excited 5 year olds! 🚀
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themerrillsedu Apr 17
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Rebecca Bathurst-Hunt Apr 17
Replying to @mjHunterTL
More than happy to share. Thank you! ♥️
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Rebecca Bathurst-Hunt Apr 17
Replying to @SuzHarwood
We all made them. Each focus group made one mat. So 3-4 kids helped make each mat.
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Kath Murdoch Apr 16
I am often asked about resources for teaching math through inquiry. The reSolve project here in Australia provides some really practical support for teachers. Check it out
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Rebecca Bathurst-Hunt Apr 16
We’ve been busy astronauts! We’ve chosen a place we’re curious about in space. Researched all about it and have written stories to share our new knowledge. These felted story mats are helping us retell and share our stories.
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Leah EDGE Apr 15
We started learning about writing code today!
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Marla Margetts Apr 16
Kindergarten and Grade One Collaboration in Action! Inquiry project. Growing potatoes. This is Vic West ❤️.
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Jeff Eller Apr 12
We made a and created a new name. The @springhill1stgrade team decided on “The Secret of The Bird Nest” to document the new discovery. @spring_hill_leadership @fcboe1
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Stacey Dudley Apr 12
Replying to @mrsD_Mambrino
Egg Drop fun in first grade. Students designed a contraption to keep their egg safe. Today we EVALUATED to see how well the design worked! Scientists in the making!!
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