Juliana Texley has taught all grades and all sciences from preschool to graduate school, and currently develops curricula for a variety of nonprofit organizations. She has been associated with NSTA for 40
years, as a journal editor, trade book curator, and volunteer on many committees. She authored four books for NSTA, three others for teachers and a nonfiction biography. She is a Presidential Award Winner and was 2014–2015 NSTA President.
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Equity Week 6
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Tue, Mar 02, 2021 9:28 PM in Student teaching while on zoom.
We go into teaching because we love those connections because they are
precious. But if we have to do some remote contacts, realize that your
creativity is very vital.
Yes difficult. But we can do more than the minimum. I've spent the day
trying to write online experiences that let mentors and children play
You are vital.,
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Fri, Jan 22, 2021 9:19 AM in Science Fair Project Topics
Use real data for great results. You don't have to collect it yourself. See Donna Governor's book Real Data, Small Devices
Tue, Jan 19, 2021 7:50 AM in Pre-K Virtual Learning
I love the program Loopimal. You program a simple dance (by your favorite animal.) Then you try to imitate it. (I advise not choosing the squid :))
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