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21st Century Science Educators

How can science teachers best use the tools of today, without sacrificing lab experiences or inquiry?
Mar 26

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At 7:40pm on April 6, 2013, Cindy Medeiros said…

Hi Sandra!

At 10:36pm on October 22, 2009, Jessica Owens said…
If it is really your birthday today, I send you wishes for a great day.
At 6:37pm on October 19, 2009, Deven Black said…
Gee, I guess they let anyone in here. Just like at the place with the tags and gfts.
 
 
 

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Eileen Lennon posted a blog post

Here's where it gets interesting

The state tests will be done soon and that's usually when most students and even some teachers check out for the year. I always feel differently. While the pressure of the test is gone, now the fun can start. I can experiment and play a little. I explore other resources and test out new sites.Since everything I wanted to cover in the curriculum is done and all the grades I needed are in, the things I meant to try all year have worked their way to the top of the To Do list. Here's where I can…See More
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Calculus Tutoring

Calculus is originated from a Latin word ‘calculus’ and literally, it signifies 'small pebble'. However, it is a mathematical study related to continuous change, similarly the algebra, geometry, and others. There are two different prominent branches of calculus Differential Calculus (concerned with the slopes of the curve and rates of change) and Integral Calculus (related to the areas between…See More
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How to Stay Connected to Your Family While You Are Teaching Abroad

Say you’ve always wanted to teach English abroad, you studied hard and that new TESOL/TEFL Certificate is in your hot little hands and now,…See More
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"Writing an argumentative essay is very different from writing an academic essay. However, even in an academic essay, you’d still be hoping to persuade the reader to agree with your point of view. This is because you are advocating a certain…"
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