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SOL Challenge Day 18 – Making our Imagination Come to Life

“Make our Imagination come to Life”: The engineering process The line make our imagination come to life is from a 2nd grader this morning when asked why they were working on building windmills. The local science museum was finishing a … Continue reading

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Switching Gears – Slowly

I am in an on going weird state of change. I know there are people who jump into retirement and off they go playing golf, going to lunch with friends, going shopping. It is so cool to watch but watch … Continue reading

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Read like a Scientist

Genre study is much like exploration in science or social studies. Scientists gather data and organize information, looking for patterns. They make hypotheses and explore further to test them; they come to tentative conclusions that are always open to revision … Continue reading

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Finding Teachable Moments in Books – a book review

March 25, 2012 Books – it seems that several of us Slicers are sharing books and I decided to join the group today.  How can a book support our learning in many areas?  I look for books that can be … Continue reading

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