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Hello everyone.  Please note that most of the “Scoops” you read are not my creations.  These are articles that I have found surfing the Web.  I post them because I believe they may be helpful. 

Bruce of SavvyTutoring.com

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What If Teachers Were Treated Like Pro Athletes?

Posted by on Aug 20th, 2015 in Scoops | 0 comments

Key and Peele bring us an alternate world where the best teachers are paid top dollar and great classroom moments are broken down play-by-play.

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Teens Show Off Engineering Mettle With Pasta Bridge Competition

Posted by on Aug 20th, 2015 in Scoops | 0 comments

A summer program at Johns Hopkins University puts high schoolers’ ingenuity to the test — building bridges out of nothing but spaghetti and glue.

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Coding Camp for Minority Boys Where Mentors Make a Big Difference

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A summer program in Baltimore has black middle-schoolers coding, designing apps and altogether hooked on engineering.

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Why Kids Should Make the Video Games They Love to Play

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Making video games is a fun way to get kids coding and thinking carefully about what makes a compelling game.

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Why Study Math? Because It’s Forever

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Eduardo Saenz de Cabezon argues a true demonstration of everlasting love isn’t a diamond, it’s a theorem!

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