MSM 373: Is there a Rubric for this?
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Seth and Emily Peterson, had twin sons Samuel and Ronan. Samuel was born first, but Ronan is older.
Women Make Us Better
Middle School Science Minute
by Dave Bydlowski (k12science or email@example.com)
I was recently reading the November, 2017 issue of “Science Scope,” a magazine written for middle school science teachers, published by the National Science Teachers Association.
In this issue, I read the the Citizen Science article, “Where the Wildlife Are: See Wildlife and Do Science with eMammal,” written by Jill Nugent. The article describes the free online citizen science platform that actively engages students in the study of mammals. For more information, please visit:
From the Twitterverse:
#AMLE2017 I love middle school because…
Kelly Malloy @kellys3ps Nov 5
Love this idea of having students vote for the next read aloud! https://buff.ly/2zwURJW
A6: As long as everyone you follow is contributing to your educational growth then I do not think you can have a PLN that is to [sic] big. Why limit your learning when there is so many great educators to follow and learn from #NT2t
I love this idea of having your students leave you notes https://buff.ly/2i3pKLP Great for building both writing skills & relationships!
You Had One Job @_youhadonejob1
You had one job!
Christine YH, Ed.D. @ChristineYH
So true. Exercise your professional autonomy that fully supports student learning. @gcouros #pedagogy
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Communities across Canada prepare for solemn Remembrance Day tributes: http://bit.ly/2meVPF4
#mschat every Thursday at 8:00 pm Eastern Standard Time. And as Troy says, “The Twitter never stops!”
According to Allan Paivio’s theory of dual coding, humans process information in both visual and verbal form. When we see the word “book,” we picture a book in our minds, because we’ve had plenty of real-life experiences with books. When we’re learning new words or concepts, it’s helpful to try to form mental images for those ideas to reinforce their meanings.
Provide math communities with visual, dynamic, and student-centered activities that build number sense, conceptual understanding and procedural fluency.
Medal of Honor Foundation
The Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation was founded by the Congressional Medal of Honor Society, which consists exclusively of the living Recipients of the Medal of Honor. The Foundation is dedicated to educating and inspiring Americans about the values embodied in the Medal of Honor: courage and sacrifice, commitment and integrity, citizenship and patriotism.
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Buck Institute for Education
This STEMIE Coalition-fueled National Invention Convention and Entrepreneurship (NICEE) event is an annual celebration of K-12 inventors and entrepreneurs from across the U.S. This far-reaching forum is the marquee event of The STEMIE Coalition. The event provides a live, in-person opportunity for youth inventors and entrepreneurs in grades 3-12 to display their critical thinking skills through inventing, innovating, and entrepreneurial activities.
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November 11 (11/11) is Single’s Day! Well sorta . . .
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