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maria bernardete guimaraes RT @OBrodnicke: Pressenting and connecting with peers at #ICYMARE2020
Session on Genomic approaches in #marine #science boasts with dedica… 2 days ago
Kay Hack Can discipline communities lead the development of open educational resources? We need to be sharing quality explan… https://t.co/ooLaybgj0w 2 days ago
recruitSDIRC RT @IRCSchools: Dr. Moore stopped by Storm Grove Middle School on his campus visits to chat with some Stingrays during lunch! All of the s… 2 days ago
Katherine Schulte The student town hall with @AliciaforV has ended. Elizabeth Parker, Varina Elementary Principal Mark Tyler and High… https://t.co/G5vrgPW6P8 4 days ago
Indian River Schools Dr. Moore stopped by Storm Grove Middle School on his campus visits to chat with some Stingrays during lunch! All… https://t.co/NjkO2zaDyy 4 days ago
Mike Mendelson @PeterDiamandis The biggest thing missing while students are at home is *peer-to-peer* interaction.
By knowing wh… https://t.co/OsblczO9YL 1 week ago
Rochelle Savage RT @ShellTerrell: A1. My tips for connecting with students! Daily check-ins, projects or activities where they share about themselves, and… 1 week ago
𝙎𝙝𝙚𝙡𝙡𝙮 𝙎𝙖𝙣𝙘𝙝𝙚𝙯 💡 A1. My tips for connecting with students! Daily check-ins, projects or activities where they share about themselves… https://t.co/OE5YmTHwPY 1 week ago
(Re)Educate: The Next Normal // Live Event! 9.17 @ 5-8pm // BigIdeaProject.orgEducation is changing whether we want it to or not. Help your student unlock potential and participate in the future! The Big Idea Project is hosting an event tomorrow, 9.17 at 5pm! Visit..
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