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Katie Wood
We have officially concluded a very MAGICAL 2019 Virtual Book Club! All certificates have been sent as of 9/6/19. If you did not receive a certificate and believe you should have, please email me at swarren.naae@uky.edu   See you next summer!   Wrapping up the 2019 NAAE Virtual Book Club   Assignment Tracker is now up to date as of 8.8.19.  …
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Katie Wood
The Assignment Tracker is up to date as of September 5, 2019.
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Sarah Warren
Wow! Can you believe it? We've already reached the end of this summer's Virtual Book Club. You have all done an excellent job at encouraging one another, building your Professional Learning Network, and being authentic with yourselves.  Chapter 9 was short but packed with some great insights. Tisha expresses a lot of the concerns and self-doubt… (Show more)
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Sarah Warren
Chapter 8 of Make Learning Magical is less about technique and more about our recurring theme of reflection. Tisha shares her own stories of impact, and challenges us to think from two angles - how can we have an impact on our students, and how have others in our lives had an impact on us? I love that she mentioned this quote from The Energy… (Show more)
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Pebbles Lacross
In 9th grade I met my agriculture teacher Anne Willard, when I struggled she was always willing to help me. I found it took a lot for me to learn new content and to retain what I studied. Anne never took that I "can't do it" as an answer, she pushed and encouraged me to never give up. With out her I would not have applied to college, or pursued a…
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Pebbles Lacross
To gamify this unit I have decided to have students earn a section of a larger map as they complete the stations and activities that I have created. This map outlines where foods come from as we discuss it in class. They "race" across the world to determine where their food comes from.    Stations include:  1. History and Geography of Herbs and…
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Sarah Warren
Reflection was stressed greatly in this chapter of Make Learning Magical. Kolb's Learning Cycle, a popular educational theory, includes four cyclical steps that seem to mirror Tisha's ideas:        Being able to process and reflect internally on the information you are taking in is crucial to retaining that information, and transferring it to… (Show more)
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Pebbles Lacross
To gamify this unit I have decided to have students earn a section of a larger map as they complete the stations and activities that I have created. This map outlines where foods come from as we discuss it in class. They "race" across the world to determine where their food comes from.    Stations include:  1. History and Geography of Herbs and…
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Robin McLean
I hope this upload worked. I started it on my iPad as a Google Doc on a flight and now am sitting on my chromebook dealing with a flight delay. Decided to download it as Word file and see what happens. Summer teacher life is a little crazy as you all know. 
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