#vted Reads: Place-Based Curriculum Design

…history of this place, the history of Hawaii, the science of growing. Now they’re into this place where they’re understanding holistically all these interconnections between the science and the history…

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#vted Reads with Kate Messner

…just make it sound a lot bleaker of an episode than it is. Trust me, it’s a good one. And Kate’s a delightful guest! We’ll talk about her books Chirp,…

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#vted Reads: Dreadful Young Ladies, with Sarah Birgé

the omniscient narrator. Jeanie: The omniscient narrator as well. Sarah: Right. Jeanie: Three different points of view in the story. Sarah: Also, how do you trust the narrator? Who do…

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#vted Reads: The End of Average

…we still believe what we’re not seeing. Jeanie: Yet parents worry over those developmental milestones, and we’ll talk more about that later, and the science that’s debunked them as useful….

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#vted Reads: Protocols in the Classroom, with Terra Lynch

…being Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math and how important 21st-century skills are to pull them together. You can be a great engineer, but without the ability to be a…

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#vted Reads: Dive Into Inquiry

…a lot about the science of learning and how the brain works. MacKenzie sets up this idea that the students create their own unit of backwards design where they’re figuring…

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