A Conversation with Li-Young Lee – Image Journal
“Poetry is the condition of language when it is influenced by sacred experience.” -Li Young-Lee @Image_Journal https://t.co/Q1lcr2AStA
Books and Activities : Cornell Lab of Ornithology: BirdSleuth K-12
A good story can captivate students’ minds & be a great way to start an activity. Here are some storybooks abt birds https://t.co/ughLFxJnAn
Michael Shield on Twitter: "@Lin_Manuel I haven't written a good plot in days. What do I do?"
Then chase a moment, not a plot.
If a moment’s too big, chase a sentence.
You just need an inch to start. GO WRITE. https://t.co/oiAfba3MYu
All AP? Not for Me! Why Gifted Students Shouldn’t Take the Highest Level Classes | Psychology Today
All AP? Not for Me! Why Gifted Students Shouldn’t Take the Highest Level Classes | Psychology Today https://t.co/0VqFEqvei7 #wwprsd #njed
tags: wwprsd njed twitter
What I Did in High School | MIT Admissions
tags: NHSrant NHS michelleg
Middle & High School (6-12) | Aldo Leopold Nature CenterAldo Leopold Nature Center
tags: nature STEM naturewriting environmentalhumanities
tags: amazing CoolSTEMJobs
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“Nature” writing class | Ramble
tags: nature writing naturewriting environmentalhumanities STEM
Writing about places syllabus
tags: STEM naturewriting environmentalhumanities
Strategies for a Creative Classroom – YouTube
Make time for creativity, everyday in every classroom. Strategies for a Creative Classroom @wfryer #OMLEA https://t.co/ZQ0Z9p33tu
tags: OMLEA twitter
Sarah Mulhern Gross on Twitter: "HTHS 9th graders- you need to read this. https://t.co/3RffBKN34t"
This is a long overdue set of necessary changes. Hopefully those making $$ off testing & AP’s won’t get in the way https://t.co/FmhcwxwZSA
The Tide Is Turning: High School Is Coming Back | Real Learning CT
The Tide Is Turning: High School Is Coming Back | Real Learning CT @GPSouthHS this is great news for our students. https://t.co/S6m0rTocqL
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