Justin Bramall
This is a Prezi that I found here several years back in the Communities of Practice. Typically we watch Temple Grandin, then go through this Prezi, then I have the students pick a scenario and build their own livestock facility out of Popsicle sticks. This Prezi has some great information but it is rather lengthy. This summer while at school. I am…
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Sarah Warren
We've spent the last week and a half reflecting on who we are as a leader in this expedition, orienting ourselves to embrace change, and diagnosing some of the challenges we will face in the future. Chapter 3 focused on getting acquainted with Generation Z, the natives of this new territory. In calling our students natives, we are admitting that… (Show more)
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Sarah Warren
"This had to be both exhilarating and frightening. They mapped as they marched. They penned as they progressed. They were training as they were traveling. They had nothing else to leverage. It would have been useless to continue using old maps in this new territory." - Marching Off the Map, p. 20   Elmore does a great job painting the scene for us… (Show more)
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Sarah Warren
The expedition of Meriwether Lewis and William Clark is arguably one of America's most exciting stories. Also known as the "Corps of Discovery Expedition," you are probably familiar with Lewis, Clark, Sacagawea and the rest of this crew of explorers who blazed a trail across the freshly acquired western portion of the US. Thomas Jefferson… (Show more)
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Sarah Warren
Welcome to the first day of the 2020 NAAE Virtual Book Club!    I am a terrible swimmer. My inability to stay afloat makes me ridiculously cautious around all bodies of water, I do not jump into pools with vigor, and I am NOT leaving dry land without a lifejacket. Can anyone else relate?   Maybe you're a water enthusiast, one who never misses an… (Show more)
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