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Gratitude and the Environment

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While it’s important to be thankful year-round, the holidays are one of the most opportune times to express gratitude.

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Do an Hour of Code

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Educators: How can you cultivate the innovators of the future? With Hour of Code, of course!

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The Perfect Christmas Gift (According to Science)

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“Twas the night before Christmas, and all through the house, there was one creature stirring – a gift-less spouse.”

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SciGirls Training Day 3

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One of the challenges of any training is bringing what was learned back home. It has been two weeks since the training and I am finally at a point where I can both write about the third day of connections and reflect on the program, always aiming forward.

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Mister C: Science and Math

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DROP THE BEAT! This cool collection from PBS Digital Innovator and educator Mister C will have your students singing, dancing and learning about a variety of math and science topics, from the process behind photosynthesis and the role of ecosystems to the concept of “order of operations” and how long division works.

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Elizabeth Freeman (Mumbet)| She Inspires

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Learn about Elizabeth Freeman (Mumbet), a slave in western Massachusetts until she sued for freedom and won.

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Colonizing America

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From the first permanent English colony at Jamestown, Virginia to the feudal kingdom in Maryland, John Green gives your class a Crash Course in American colonization!

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SciGirls Training Day 2

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Learn about the SciGirls Seven, preparedness, and more.

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SciGirls Training Day 1

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What do you get when you match a love of inquiry, collaboration, positive and supportive feedback loops, and a lot of chocolate?

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It Was My Duty to Serve: Latinos & Vietnam

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More than 80,000 Latinos fought in the Vietnam War, and nearly half a million fought in World War II.

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