Articles of the Week (AoW) | Teaching the Core
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The Google+ cheat sheet Google should have produced years ago – Daily Genius
The Google+ cheat sheet Google should have produced years ago http://t.co/i4yGMKLRPL via @dailygenius #edtech
tags: edtech twitter
Even if you graduate with a STEM major, you’re likely to work in a different field
Census data shows few science, technology, engineering and math majors will actually go on to work in those fields http://t.co/odA9pBnyEQ
29 Clever Organization Hacks For Elementary School Teachers
tags: organization hacks school teachers
Best Dog Foods
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Why Teenagers Act Crazy – NYTimes.com
tags: romeo and juliet brain romeo and juliet romeoandjuliet teenagers
Follow the conversations in each room at LIVE, by
Follow the conversations in each room at #nErDcampMI LIVE, by clicking on the notes link for that room: http://t.co/Ejm2loFVV8
tags: nErDcampMI twitter
The Kid Should See This | Cool videos for curious minds of all ages.
Wow! Talk about a cool thing to do once a week to inspire kids to write/explain in http://t.co/rLZoCMHlf4 #nErDcampMI Thanks @runfardvs
The Millions : Word comics of the day
How do you get your word of the day? @nytimes, @MerriamWebster, or… a webcomic? @toryhoke http://t.co/YH1rQt6YZU http://t.co/x55wgCcGsq
The art of the metaphor – Jane Hirshfield | TED-Ed
“Metaphors give words a way to go beyond their own meaning.” http://t.co/J5YFg1Hulq via @TED_Ed
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