Article: “Teaching Students To Embrace Mistakes”

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“Teaching Students To Embrace Mistakes”: click on the link below to read:

http://www.edutopia.org/blog/teaching-students-to-embrace-mistakes-hunter-maats-katie-obrien?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=blog-obrien-maats-embrace-mistakes-image

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Inspire STEM: Durable Greenhouse and Nursery Equipment’s Professional Seed Propagation Equipment

Inspire STEM with user-friendly durable equipment designed to germinate a high volume of seedlings for school gardens and fundraisers. STEM kit includes (1) heavy-duty Pro-Grow Professional Propagating Mat model PM-2, (1) heavy-duty Pro-Grow Steel Encased Control Thermostat model GC-2, (1) light-weight all natural western red cedar platform, (2) 1020 flats with inserts.

Click on the following link for more information on this special STEM kit:

Inspire Science-Technology-Engineering-Math: Inspire students to dream big, never give up, and to go from avoiding the work, to putting their heart into it. It’s not rocket science…yet.TM 

http://shop.durablegrowingequipment.com/STEM-Education-Seed-Propagation-Kit-CP2D-holds-2-flats-model-CP2-D.htm

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Click on the following link for Germination Chamber information:

http://shop.durablegrowingequipment.com/Germination-Chambers_c11.htm

Pro-Grow Germination Chamber Commercial Grade

Inspire students to dream big, never give up, and to go from avoiding the work, to putting their heart into it. It’s not rocket science…yet.TM

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Durable Greenhouse & Nursery Equipment is an authorized distributor of Pro-Grow’s full line of professional growing equipment, designed and manufactured by engineers in U.S.A. for over 30 years. Shipping available to most business, school, and residential addresses in the U.S.A. and Canada.

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Farm To School: local, fresh, healthy for students

(Click here for USDA Farm to School information).  Contact your school district superintendent, school district nutrition director, and your school’s administrator to let them know you support bringing fresh, locally grown vegetables and fruits into your local K-12 school’s breakfast, lunch, and snack programs.

For the National Farm To School Network, (click here:  www.farmtoschool.org)

We like this!  (Click here) to watch a clip from the short film: “Yuck: A 4th Grader’s Short Documentary About School Lunch”  

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