c5Deadlines Matter: Debunking the Myth That Competency-Based Grading Means No Deadlines | Connected Principals
Deadlines Matter: Debunking the Myth That Competency-Based Grading Means No Deadlines http://t.co/G62FCaPUO0
Parsing Grammar: Diagramming sentences as a way to teach school children about syntax began in the 1800s.
A Brief History of Diagramming Sentences @MichLampinen @thereadingzone @MeganManetta #elachat http://t.co/NaWzYBVGNN
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Got a New Year’s goal? Keep it simple – Video on TODAY.com
The Today Show changed the link. Here’s the video from today’s One Word segment. http://t.co/y4wV8wPjA8
Kathy Schrock’s Kaffeeklatsch: Addressing the CCSS with the Use of Infographics
Addressing the CCSS with the Use of Infographics http://t.co/irGoQZjIFy
Pox and the City: the complex life of Jonathan Swift
Jonathan Swift honed his satire skills studying Latin 10 hours a day and writing letters to a mysterious woman… http://t.co/sjV1qwgAN7
Awesome quote from @neilhimself — and a perfect image to go with. (via http://t.co/XZKgwYu6SO) http://t.co/dL0x7HIaE2
2cDon’t Break the Chain Calendar 2014 | cKaren Kavett77
Hey #nerdlution participants, have you seen the Don’t Break The Chain Calendar for 2014? http://t.co/pxcbGSKsKm
tags: nerdlution engchat twitter
Flyways | Indiegogo
Winged music, transcending borders: the ‘Flyways’ project http://t.co/CjnAw6oKtB via @paulwinter
Citizen Science: Who Makes the Rules? – Slashdot
Citizen Science: Who Makes the Rules? http://t.co/DS4DDVAj0t
Two Girls Staring at the Ceiling | PEN World voices Festival
Lucy Frank has written a new ya book in verse & if I am not mistaken it is about 2 girls w/Crohn’s disease http://t.co/NryjlvB43w
How We Wrote a Book Together and Still Like Each Other | Sara Zarr
ROOMIES! How We Wrote a Book Together and Still Like Each Other http://t.co/qfKxmHZQkD via @HuffPostBooks
20 Words We Owe to William Shakespeare | Mental Floss
20 Words We Owe to Shakespeare — http://t.co/fobaFu3C31
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