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Professional TUTOR

Professional TUTOR | The Education S.T.R.E.a.M., Inc. | Scoop.it

1. Academic Coach

2. Teacher

3. Professional Developer

4. Tutor Trainer

5. Volunteer K- 5 Science, Reading and Mathematics Tutor at Valparaiso Community Library, Valparaiso, Florida 32580 [Sometimes, the students bring in Social Studies work.]

 

The Thatch Method for Teaching and Learning in Science Technology Reading Engineering and Mathematics (STREaM) - Grades K-20

 

1. One-on-One

2. Small Group 

3. Online

4. In person at Local Office

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Education is the ‘Great Equalizer’ - Don C. Brunell President Association of Washington Business

Education is the ‘Great Equalizer’ - Don C. Brunell President Association of Washington Business | The Education S.T.R.E.a.M., Inc. | Scoop.it

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"As a sophomore, my professor had mastered calculus, but he was a poor teacher. He just went through the motions, moving forward regardless of whether we understood it."

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Test Preparation

Test Preparation | The Education S.T.R.E.a.M., Inc. | Scoop.it

A divisibility rule is a shorthand way of discovering whether a given number is divisible by a fixed divisor without performing the division, usually by examining its digits. Although there are divisibility tests for numbers in any radix, and they are all different, this article presents rules and examples only for decimal numbers.

 

Radix - In mathematical numeral systems, the radix or base is the number of unique digits, including zero, that a positional numeral system uses to represent numbers.

 

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Researchers find Blood Clots can be caused by Dental Plaque Bacteria | Best Syndication

Researchers find Blood Clots can be caused by Dental Plaque Bacteria | Best Syndication | The Education S.T.R.E.a.M., Inc. | Scoop.it
(Best Syndication News) - Previous research has shown an association with oral health and heart health.
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Scientist Creates World’s First Ion Clock – 100 Times More Accurate Than Atomic Ones

Scientist Creates World’s First Ion Clock – 100 Times More Accurate Than Atomic Ones | The Education S.T.R.E.a.M., Inc. | Scoop.it
A typical atomic clock works by tracking the orbit of an electron around the atom's nucleus but today a professor of the University of New South Wales Scho (Scientist Creates World’s First Ion Clock – 100 Times More Accurate Than Atomic...
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XtraMath - help kids master basic math facts

XtraMath - help kids master basic math facts | The Education S.T.R.E.a.M., Inc. | Scoop.it
XtraMath is a free web program that teaches addition, subtraction, multiplication and division facts which are critical to success in mathematics.

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Scientific Communication As Sequential Art

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This page presents a scientific paper that has been redesigned as a sequence of illustrations with captions. This comic-like format, with tightly-coupled pictures and prose, allows the author to depict and describe simultaneously — show and tell.

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BBC - KS3 Bitesize: Science - Energy transfer and storage - Energy basics

BBC - KS3 Bitesize: Science - Energy transfer and storage - Energy basics | The Education S.T.R.E.a.M., Inc. | Scoop.it
A key stage 3 revision and recap resource for science, covering the way energy is transferred from one form of energy to another.
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Jumpstart your child's Education + Parents a love of reading starts early - USA TODAY

Jumpstart your child's Education + Parents a love of reading starts early - USA TODAY | The Education S.T.R.E.a.M., Inc. | Scoop.it
USA TODAYParents a love of reading starts earlyUSA TODAYBy Doreen Nagle, Gannett Learning to enjoy reading at an early age gives your child a jumpstart on her education, but schoolwork should not be the only reason to raise an eager reader.
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Apple says iBooks 2 app reinvents textbooks

Apple says iBooks 2 app reinvents textbooks | The Education S.T.R.E.a.M., Inc. | Scoop.it
Apple promised to reinvent the textbook and offer a new experience for students and teachers by way of an update to its iBooks app for the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch on Thursday.
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A site, I use to teach and learn with my daughter, Elke. Neuroscience For Kids

A site, I use to teach and learn with my daughter, Elke. Neuroscience For Kids | The Education S.T.R.E.a.M., Inc. | Scoop.it
Intended for elementary and secondary school students and teachers who are interested in learning about the nervous system and brain with hands on activities, experiments and information.
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Why Do Students Struggle With Mathematics | Education.com

Why Do Students Struggle With Mathematics | Education.com | The Education S.T.R.E.a.M., Inc. | Scoop.it
This article discusses some of the reasons why students struggle with mathematics including environmental factors such as curriculum materials and personal factors such as lack of attention span and poor memory.
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Movement Against Standardized Testing Gaining Strength | Education News

Movement Against Standardized Testing Gaining Strength | Education News | The Education S.T.R.E.a.M., Inc. | Scoop.it
More groups are saying that the time and expense dedicated to standardized testing is having negative impact on student academic outcomes.
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Systems of Linear Equations: Graphing

Covers basic concepts on systems of linear equations using graphs, and shows how to solve a system by graphing.
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Preparing Your Child for the Ongoing Technological Explosion

Preparing Your Child for the Ongoing Technological Explosion | The Education S.T.R.E.a.M., Inc. | Scoop.it

What have you shared with thm so far?

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virtual nerd | Teaching Resources, Lesson Plans, Worksheets, Flipcharts

virtual nerd | Teaching Resources, Lesson Plans, Worksheets, Flipcharts | The Education S.T.R.E.a.M., Inc. | Scoop.it
virtual nerd - Promethean Planet - free teaching resources, lesson plans, worksheets, flipcharts.

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Girls' verbal skills make them better at arithmetic

Girls' verbal skills make them better at arithmetic | The Education S.T.R.E.a.M., Inc. | Scoop.it
(PhysOrg.com) -- While boys generally do better than girls in science and math, some studies have found that girls do better in arithmetic.
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World's Tiniest Chameleon Discovered

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A species of chameleon small enough to easily perch on a match head has been discovered on a tiny island off Madagascar, a group of scientists has announced.
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Children reading, thanks to Parton - Sarasota Herald-Tribune

Children reading, thanks to Parton - Sarasota Herald-Tribune | The Education S.T.R.E.a.M., Inc. | Scoop.it
Children reading, thanks to PartonSarasota Herald-Tribune"We find that we can only work with children from the third grade and up in performance arts due to their reading ability not being proficient enough," said Moody, the Players' executive...
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High school students can explore ocean science at UD summer camp

High school students can explore ocean science at UD summer camp | The Education S.T.R.E.a.M., Inc. | Scoop.it
High school students interested in both science and the ocean
can gain hands-on field experience at the University of Delaware's
2012 TIDE Camp.
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Neuroscience For Kids - 2012 writing contest

Neuroscience For Kids - 2012 writing contest | The Education S.T.R.E.a.M., Inc. | Scoop.it
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Draft: I Have A Dream | The Martin Luther King Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change

Draft: I Have A Dream | The Martin Luther King Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change | The Education S.T.R.E.a.M., Inc. | Scoop.it

Dr. King made edits to his speech, see where and how+

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