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Such a cool idea! This will help each student feel important, needed, and supported in the classroom. I would maybe allow other students to write complements for their peers as well (but make sure that everyone is included, not just a few people). This can also help to create great bonds between students and teachers. Everyone wants to feel important!

Really short, well known, popular short stories. Perfect for high school or middle school students, or for anyone who loves reading.

Very Short Stories For High School

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20 AWESOME ideas for learning about FORCES. Great for Key Stage 1 and Keys Stage 2 #Science

Ideas for learning about forces. | Science Sparks

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Love, Teach: Five Ways To Spice Up Your Teaching With Almost Zero Effort!

Five Ways To Spice Up Your Teaching With Almost Zero Effort!

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Un reto de lectura para el 2015 | Take Our Ultimate Reading Challenge!

Take Our Ultimate Reading Challenge!

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Teaching 8th Graders to Manage Projects

Teaching 8th Graders to Manage Projects

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Need more STEM majors with liberal arts training

We don’t need more STEM majors. We need more STEM majors with liberal arts training.

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What students really need to hear.

What Students Really Need to Hear [Video]

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5.6C Reflect of Refract?

The Science Penguin: Light {After School Science Tutoring}

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KEEP CALM AND DO SCIENCE

Raise your hand if you're SO ready to be the person Neil deGrasse Tyson thinks you can be. *raises hand*

Fourth Grade Physical Science Activities: Recycling Christmas Lights. Approved by Rosie Revere Engineer, book by Andrea Beaty.

Recycling Christmas Lights

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Science Valentine

A game for 2 or 3 players. Each player chooses a colour pencil or texta they will use in the game. Players take turns rolling the dice, using the numbers that they rolled to draw the perimeter of a rectangle or square & writing the area in the middle of the shape. Game ends when players run out of room to draw. Winner is the player who has used the largest area/most squares.

Area Dice Game | Relief Teaching Ideas

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How to Read the NGSS

How to Read the Next Generation Science Standards | Next Generation Science Standards

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The power of believing you can improve - Carol Dweck - Mindset

The power of believing that you can improve

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Delivering Peer Feedback with Google Forms

Delivering Peer Feedback with Google Forms

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Why the Best Teachers Don't Give Tests

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Literacy & Math Ideas: STEM in the Classroom: Circuits

Literacy & Math Ideas: STEM in the Classroom: Circuits

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"I care more about the people my students become than the scores on the tests they take."

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8 ways teachers can talk less and get kids talking more -

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I love this idea of labeling classroom items with information about science! The natural world is all around us, so let's point it out and use it as a motivation for kids to learn science concepts. MM

Recycling plastic caps into a classroom project- in this case, creating beautiful strings of 'raindrops' out of caps that normally end up in the trash.

Manuales: ¡Sol y lluvia!

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