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A group of teachers who are involved in instructional technology mentoring.
August 12, 2006
We are a subset of the 2006 Knowles Fellowship cohort who are working (for 5 years!) on a lesson study in the style of the Japanese Research Lesson. Our lesson study is on Proofs and Congruent triangles (subject to change). We figured this topic was always troubling for students so if we could teach it really well, it will avoid problems and heartache.
December 6, 2010
March 30, 2007
The Missouri Institute of Mental Health is part of the University of Missouri - Columbia, School of Medicine. We supply mental health continuing education to professionals working in the mental health field as well as public mental health information.
Joy Lopez -
July 7, 2006
High school science teachers can share resources in this group.
February 18, 2010
A Place for Collaboration
8th Grade Science Resources and Educators Group.
June 9, 2007
Here's where to provide a short description of your Group's mission for the benefit of the TeachAde community.
Roger Grant -
September 24, 2013
The importance of science cannot be overstated. Not only has it contributed immensely to improving the human condition, but it is also the most effective way to understand the universe and to make predictions. However, as modern science advances, more and more people feel removed from it and intimidated by it. The truth is that science (and even math) can be both understandable and even enjoyable. However, this requires a bit of curiosity combined with an open mind and a fresh perspective. Whether successful or not, the purpose of this group is to provide a fresh perspective to those who are curious and have an open mind. Whatever the case may be, I hope that you enjoy these videos and I would like to thank you very much for watching them.
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