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Attribution to Achieve (NGSS)
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Attribution to Texas Instruments
TI Nspire initiative is an exceptional addition to STEM classrooms. On this site, find 100+ links to TI Nspire activities. In particular, find subject-specific links organized by this site’s taxonomy at the following HoneycuttScience web pages:
Collaborating Professional Educators
The following professional educators have shared advice, activities, files, or other wisdom with me (John Honeycutt). Across the country – and for decades, teachers frequently and generously collaborate/share with each other. Instructors listed below have (in-particular) gone out-of-their-way to collaborate with me. Thank you!
- Rachel Hovey. (Physical Science) Derby High School, Derby, KS. (district web page)
- Denise Scribner. (Biology/Life Science) Eisenhower High School, Goddard, KS. (teacher web page)
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