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Mathematics, Literacy, Science, Social Studies
Elementary, Middle School, High School

Moving Learning Forward: A Virtual Educator Symposium

Moving Learning Forward: A Virtual Educator Symposium

Moving Learning Forward provides expert-led sessions to accelerate learning, enhance recovery, and develop a growth mindset. Choose from more than 50 sessions related to Math, Literacy, Science, and Humanities education.

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World Languages
Middle School, High School

Using Authentic Resources to Build Communication Skills

Using Authentic Resources to Build Communication Skills

Summer of Love Learning Series

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World Languages
Middle School, High School

Building Literacy Skills Across the Proficiency Spectrum

Building Literacy Skills Across the Proficiency Spectrum

Summer of Love Learning Series

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World Languages
Middle School, High School

Fostering Social Emotional Learning in the World Languages Classroom

Fostering Social Emotional Learning in the World Languages Classroom

Summer of Love Learning Series

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Science
Elementary, Middle School

Experimenting with Paper Folding

Experimenting with Paper Folding

Students will be challenged to fold a piece of paper as many times as they possibly can. Then they will design and carry out an experiment to test whether the number of folds depends upon any one of several variables.

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Science
Elementary, Middle School

What makes the oceans move?

What makes the oceans move?

Let’s explore together how energy creates movement of ocean currents and how those currents can distribute pollution around the globe.

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Science
Elementary, Middle School

Let's Talk Turtles!

Let's Talk Turtles!

Join marine biologist Rachel LeCates as she discusses her journey from a small country in Central America to working at a sea turtle hospital in Texas.

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Science
Elementary, Middle School

If Water Has Memory, Then What Does That Mean For Our Oceans?

If Water Has Memory, Then What Does That Mean For Our Oceans?

Seventy percent of the Earth’s surface is covered in water, but how much do we really know about this precious substance?

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World Languages
Middle School, High School

Developing Communicative and Cultural Competency Using Authentic Resources

Developing Communicative and Cultural Competency Using Authentic Resources

Summer of Love Learning Series