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Scientific phenomena are occurrences that can elicit curiosity, wonder, and engagement, in which answers to questions are sought.

Scientific phenomena are occurrences that can elicit curiosity, wonder, and engagement, in which answers to questions are sought.

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A simple exercise to spark a deeper conversation about what the people you are designing for value, prioritize, and why.

A simple exercise to spark a deeper conversation about what the people you are designing for value, prioritize, and why.

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Lisa commented on Digital Footprint

Patricia I would love to collaborate with you. I love the idea of the students writing events they wish to be posted about them in the future. It is similar to having students writing a letter to their future selves :) What a brilliant idea ! It also help us get to know our students on a deeper level.

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Lisa commented on If You See Something, Say Something

Greg, your ideas are fantastic! I love the idea of teaching students the difference between yellow flags and red flags., and provide them a concrete way to visualize not only how to have the courage to report but also how they react themselves when they encounter yellow and red flags. I feel that many of older students have become desensitized to content they see on social media. One of the Teachers Guild Fellows, Theresa Shadrix, is creating a leadership program (CEOs of the Classroom). I will share some of your ideas with her; these are awesome. Moving forward, I would imagine a collaborative effort by educators, administrators, social workers, and local law enforcement would best be able to discriminate between yellow and red flags.

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Lisa commented on Student Designed Labs

I love this Paloma. I love everything science. Your idea inspired me to write about Scientific Phenomena, that can be used in the elementary and secondary levels. I think one of the most important things we can do as educators is to foster student curiosity, at all ages.