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USC Rossicer School of Education Gifted Educators

Private Group ElizabethMandel - February 20, 2010

Alumni focused on gifted education

Understanding Special Ed.

Public Group lfiori01 - July 27, 2006

Here you can colloborate with fellow teachers about teaching and understanding special needs students. Post questions, concerns and ideas for everyone to comment on and help you with!

Sage Day RP

Private Group Chris Leonard - October 20, 2010

Staff of Sage Day at Rochelle Park

Knowles Proof Group

Public Group town_math - 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.

Enhancing Education Through Technology

Private Group Krista Purdom - March 22, 2007

This group was created to support Woodland Joint Unified School District teachers with new and creative ideas on how to use technology as a tool to enhance learning.

durandyates's bulletin board

Public Group durandyates - October 29, 2007

This is where I post my thoughts and teaching experiences.

1st Grade Social Studies

Public Group 1st Social Studies - January 22, 2007

1st. Grade Social Studies Resources & Educators Group.

Lifelong Guidelines/LIFESKILLS

Private Group Jas Bains Wright - March 29, 2007

This site was developed to help teachers in WJUSD to implement and develop Lifelong Guidelines/LIFESKILLS in the classroom.

GenYes

Public Group Sylvia Martinez - August 17, 2006

The GenYES group is for people who are interested in project-based experiences that allow students to participate in their own school's technology initiatives.

This digital generation has the talent and opportunity to change the whole world for the better, and we should give them the chance to start with their own schools.

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