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Intrinsic motivation is key to student achievement – but schools kill it

hechingerreport.org The Met high school in Providence goes to the extreme to tap into students’ intrinsic motivation in the classroom, which leads to achievement

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Pep Rally Planned for National Champion Grizzly Women's Track & Field Team - Adams State University Athletics

asugrizzlies.com ALAMOSA, Colo. - Grizzlies Women's Track & Field won a Indoor National Championship this past march and Adams State Athletics wants you the fans to join in on celebrating the accomplishment.

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Here Are 21 Free Resources for Teaching Social Justice in the Classroom

weareteachers.com Resources for teaching about inclusion, diversity, and equity.

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Implicit Bias 101: A Primer for Educators

edutopia.org How to identify and address microaggressions.

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World's biggest T. rex discovered

nationalgeographic.com Heftier than an adult elephant, the 9.8-ton animal shows that predatory dinosaurs got older and bigger than once thought.

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Good day for studying. #ThisIsAdamsState

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Guiding Students to Question Prejudices

edutopia.org Using the novel "The Outsiders"

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Cesar Chavez: American Civil Rights Activist - Fast Facts | History

In 1968, Cesar Chavez led a boycott that resulted in a collective bargaining agreement guaranteeing field workers the right to unionize. Learn more about how...

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How Outstanding Women in STEM Overcame Obstacles: Lesson Plan | PBS NewsHour | PBS LearningMedia

pbslearningmedia.org March is National Women's History Month and the right time to ask: why are women still underrepresented in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)? According to a recent National Science Board report, women made up just 28 percent of science and engineering workers in 2010. They also...

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Children's Books About Amazing Women - Adventures in Learning

pbs.org Have you ever thought that one person can change an entire country and save hundreds of lives? Celebrate some of the amazing women who have affected more lives than they could have imagined, all on the pages of these books.

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Modern Immigration Stories | Teaching with Primary Sources | PBS LearningMedia

pbslearningmedia.org This inquiry kit features Library of Congress sources related to modern-day immigration. Look under Support Materials - For Diverse Learners to find ESOL leveled text and thinking questions for one of the primary source documents.

[03/26/19]   As a reminder, the Annual Career Fair will be happening tomorrow! Stop in to learn about Full time positions, Part time positions, summer openings and internships! Even if you aren't looking now, this is a great way to network!

Tomorrow- Wednesday March 27th
Time: 10:00am- 3:00pm
Location: SUB Banquet Rooms
FREE to attend!

Here are some of the employers and graduate schools that will be recruiting:
Southwest Conservation Corps
Colorado Department of Transportation
Tulsa Police Department
Wall, Smith & Bateman
San Luis Valley Health
Parkview Medical Center
Community Banks of Colorado
Crestone Charter School
Moffat Pk-12 School
Alamosa School District
Pojoaque Valley School District
Dulce Independent Schools
Center Consolidated School District
Fremont RE-2 School District
SLV Broadcasting INC
South-Central Colorado Seniors, Inc.
Beaver Creek Christian Youth Camp
San Luis Valley Behavioral Health Group
La Puente Home Inc.
Friday Health Plans
Alamosa County
Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad
Christainsen Farm
Alamosa Workforce Center
Walmart

Graduate Schools:
Adams State University Office of Graduate Studies
Adams State HEAL Program
Colorado State University- College of Business Graduate Programs
University of Colorado Colorado Springs Graduate Programs (UCCS)
University of Colorado Boulder

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Incorporating SEL as a New Teacher

edutopia.org For young teachers, their age can be both an obstacle and an advantage when teaching social and emotional learning.

Pop Culture Classroom

EDUCATORS! Did you know that we create graphic novel teaching guides and offer them FREE for download? Engage, excite and educate your students using the highest-quality comics and graphic novels available today, with titles like V for Vendetta, Batman: White Knight, DC Super Hero Girls, and more!

See the list of free teaching guides: https://classroom.popcultureclassroom.org/resources/unit-plans-teaching-guides/

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Student Complaints as Teachable Moments

edutopia.org Turn complaining into gaining.

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Anansi's Rescue from the River | African/African-American Culture | PBS LearningMedia

pbslearningmedia.org In this video, storyteller Nana Yaa Asantewaa performs the story "Anansi's Rescue from the River." The Anansi tales are told by the Ashanti people of Ghana, West Africa, and have been passed down through the generations by oral tradition.

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The Women's Movement | PBS LearningMedia

pbslearningmedia.org The Women's Movement was a diverse social moment in U.S. history. It sought equal opportunities for women in all aspects of their lives (personal, political, economic, etc.) The first wave of the women's feminist movement started in the 19th and early 20th century with leaders such as Susan B. Anth...

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Sweater Up: How the Lessons of Fred Rogers are Inspiring my Teaching this Year | PBS Education

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Teaching Students to Read Metacognitively

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One of our valley's local attractions ...

#ScienceSaturday - Park geologist Andrew Valdez captured this interesting image of moisture stripes from melting snow. How do snow and rain affect the dunes?

Dry sand is like a sponge to some extent, pulling in water through a process called 'capillary action'. Capillary action occurs when adhesion to dry surfaces is stronger than the cohesive forces between liquid molecules. These massive dunes pull up groundwater only a few meters through capillary action, so the bulk of the dunefield stays moist inside through the actions of melting snow and rainfall coming down from the surface. This moisture helps stabilize the dunes, and allows plants, kangaroo rats, and insects to thrive in the sand.

#GreatSandDunes #Snow #Science #GeologyInAction #FindYourPark #EncuentraTuParque

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Keeping Girls in STEM: 3 Barriers, 3 Solutions

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Rediscovering Your Fulfillment as a Teacher

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What can one teacher really do about trauma?

unconditionallearning.org When training teachers on trauma-informed classroom strategies, the most frequent pushback I hear is “I don’t have enough time or resources.” Maybe this is because we start with d…

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How Metacognition Boosts Learning

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Guiding Students to Question Prejudices

edutopia.org Teaching 'The Outsiders.'

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Studying Female Poets to Understand History

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When Women Marched and Men Rioted

blogs.weta.org On March 3,1913 women paraded and men rioted on the streets of DC. Hard to believe now, but women's suffrage was VERY controversial back then.

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Understanding a Teacher’s Long-Term Impact

edutopia.org Fostering skills like self-regulation does more to improve students’ long-term outcomes than helping them raise their test scores.

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Black America Since MLK: And Still I Rise | PBS LearningMedia

pbslearningmedia.org Explore educational materials from the series Black America Since MLK: And Still I Rise. Embark with professor Henry Louis Gates, Jr. on a deeply personal journey through the last fifty years of African American history. Travel from the victories of the Civil Rights movement up to today, asking prof...

National Geographic Adventure

This footage of rainbow mist rolling off Yosemite Falls is truly mesmerizing.

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Why On Earth Do We Trap School Children Inside Four Walls to Learn?

outdoortopia.org There is little doubt that outdoor and experiential learning has many benefits for children. It helps make learning real, relevant and authentic by engaging lea

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Stop Calling Them Soft Skills; They're Essential Skills

trevormuir.com People are most often fired for not having soft skills. Well there's nothing 'soft' about getting fired.

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Downloadable teacher resources for IWD activity

internationalwomensday.com Get free downloadable teacher and student, classroom and school International Women's Day resources, templates, worksheets and toolkit with instructions

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Follow the lives of three skateboarding friends as they navigate the gap between childhood and adulthood in the Oscar-nominated coming-of-age saga Minding the Gap, premiering Mon, Feb 18 at 9/8c on POV. #MindingTheGapPBS

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HOW FAR AWAY IS THE BIG DIPPER ???

The Big Dipper is known in many cultures and goes by many different names, including the Plough, the Ladle, the Great Wagon, the Saucepan, and the Saptarishi, which means “the seven great yogis” in Sanskrit.

The Big Dipper is one of the most recognizable asterisms in the entire night sky. But even though the seven stars that make up the Big Dipper masquerade as a coherent group in the constellation Ursa Major the Great Bear, the stars range in their distance to Earth by about 30 percent.

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14 great TED Talks to celebrate Black History Month

ted.com These fascinating talks offer fresh perspectives on black identity, and fascinating insights on how to finally defeat racism.

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These tactile blocks teach blind kids to code

fastcompany.com Microsoft’s Code Jumper lets you play with code with your hands.

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A PBL Unit With Lessons for Teachers

edutopia.org Even well-meaning plans can backfire.

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How to Introduce Engineering Principles Early to Help Inspire Interest in STEM

kqed.org Few elementary school students are exposed to engineering classes. A curriculum designed by the Museum of Science Boston could help change that even as it attracts more children of color and girls to engineering. More than 15 million children have learned about the E in STEM through the museum’s i...

Pop Culture Classroom

PCC is proud to present the latest teaching guide in collaboration with DC Comics for Supergirl: Being Super! This self-contained origin story doubles as a coming-of-age tale perfect for the high school classroom. Happy teaching! Download for FREE: https://www.dccomics.com/blog/2018/02/05/resources-for-educators-and-libraries

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5 Tips for Designing Multiple-Choice Quizzes

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These facial reconstructions reveal 40,000 years of English ancestry

nationalgeographic.com As the U.K. wrestles with issues of identity and nationalism around Brexit, a new exhibit is putting fresh faces on the region's ancient residents.

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Top 5 College Correspondence Programs For Prisoners

huffingtonpost.com In the realm of higher education, behind bars correspondence studies reign supreme.

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22 Ways to Bring Earthrise Into Your Classroom | PBS Education

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ASU Spanish Club ASU Spanish Club
208 Edgemont Blvd
Alamosa, 81101

Our club was originally founded in November, 1928, and called "Las Voces Del Valle". In 1931, the name was changed to "El Parnaso Club", a name from a literary organization of which Miguel de Cervantes (author of Don Quixote) was once a member.

Adams State Transfer Students Adams State Transfer Students
208 Edgemont Blvd
Alamosa, 81101

A page dedicated to Adams State Transfer Students!

ASU Faculty Drive ASU Faculty Drive
11 Faculty Dr
Alamosa, 81101

We are Faculty Drive, the family housing at Adams State University.

Adams State Science Fiction & Fantasy Guild Adams State Science Fiction & Fantasy Guild
3211 Main Street
Alamosa, 81101

The guild provides like-minded enthusiasts of Science Fiction and Fantasy genres a place to meet, play games and exchange ideas in a friendly environment.

Summer Latino Leadership Summit Summer Latino Leadership Summit
208 Edgemont Blvd
Alamosa, 81101

Our Goal: deliver a high quality fun-filled summit that is student facilitated, culturally relevant, and will strengthen Latino leadership in our region.

SLV BOCES SWAP SLV BOCES SWAP
2261 Enterprise Dr
Alamosa, 81101

Our program is a cooperative effort between the 14 School Districts/6 counties in the San Luis Valley & the Colorado Division of Vocational Rehabilitation

ASU Newman Grizz Catholic ASU Newman Grizz Catholic
208 Edgemont Blvd
Alamosa, 81101

We are ASU Newman!!!

Trinity Lutheran School Alamosa Trinity Lutheran School Alamosa
52 El Rio Drive, PO Box 787
Alamosa, 81101

Trinity Lutheran School offers classes for preschool - second grade.Loving Christian environment, small class sizes, qualified staff, excellent reputation.

San Luis Valley BOCES San Luis Valley BOCES
2261 Enterprise Dr.
Alamosa, 81101

Slogan: Culture of Excellence

Piano Music Lessons in Alamosa, CO Piano Music Lessons in Alamosa, CO
422 4th St
Alamosa, 81101

Beginner Piano Lessons available at 422 4th Street on Saturdays $25/lesson. Please ask for other times and location. Beginner level Saxophone and Flute Lessons available as well.