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Welcome to the Teacher Implementation Network for MPCC!

This is your space to share, discuss, question, request assistance and learn about teaching with the Minnesota Partnership for Collaborative Curriculum.

How to get started?
1. Post a brief statement about your interest in MPCC in the introduction category. Check to be sure your profile includes your contact information.
2. Share about the community with your colleagues and invite them to join.
3. Set notification to "on" so you will be alerted when there are posts made.
4. Seek out the moderators if you have specific content or grade-level questions. They have experience with the curriculum from design and development to training and implementation.

Hope to see you all at the TIES conference! 

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https://youtu.be/VTFDfXXPj78

This is an example of how to use a Moodle Forum as a Science Journal, or any kind of journal for that matter. It provides a place for students to post docs, pictures, videos and only the student and the student's teacher can view the journal.

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Interested in how implementation takes place in 12th grade English Language Arts? Jon Fila shared about his experience both developing and teaching this MPCC course using Moodle. https://youtu.be/Z-eOBXDE-yc

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Take information from MPCC and create interactive presentations such as this one! This is for 6th Grade MN History! Students love it!

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One of our Minnewaska students was chosen as a finalist for this national competition!! Their goal was to design accessories for Dash (robot). Please vote for her design - L-Candy Dispenser!!!
https://play.makewonder.com/design-challenge.html

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Here are a few ideas on how to incorporate makerspace ideas into any curriculum but much of it is aligned with MN standards! Have students apply what they learn in MPCC using makerspace materials and project ideas!

We recently rolled out our Makerspace program called Minnewaska Makery. If you are searching for ways to incorporate hands-on technology with your MPCC curriculum, please ask here! 

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Interested in Teaching Algebra using Computer Science?

April 3-5, Bootstrap returns to the TIES Event Center in St. Paul for another 3-day workshop for only $75/teacher.



Webinar being planned for Jan. 25 has been postponed. Watch email or community for re-scheduled session.

I'm interested in hearing how other high school and middle school teachers are using the MPCC curriculum. I've taken the MPCC curriculum, added it to our moodle classroom and blended it with my current curriculum. How are you using the curriculum? What's your favorite activities?
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