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    Klee's Nature | PRISM.K12
    ...Klee's Nature Klee's Nature Klee's Nature × Synthesize Klee's Nature Third grade Luz Ampudia, teacher Tyler Elementary School, DC Public Schools Definition To make something new and synergistic by combining concepts and skills....
    http://teachers.phillipscollection.org/synthesize

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    Klee's Nature | PRISM.K12
    ...Klee's Nature Klee's Nature Klee's Nature × Synthesize Klee's Nature Third grade Luz Ampudia, teacher Tyler Elementary School, DC Public Schools Definition To make something new and synergistic by combining concepts and skills....
    http://teachers.phillipscollection.org/node/736

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    All | PRISM.K12
    ...- expeditionary learning. Our next expedition is about Bees and Colony Collapse Disorder. I am thinking about integrating Klee's work with looking at the activity in the bee hive or the construction of a bee hive. ConnectMath For Grade 6-8 and...
    http://teachers.phillipscollection.org/shakeup/lesson-plans

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    Math Shapes | PRISM.K12
    ...In The Phillips Collection galleries, students compared geometric shapes to artist Paul Klee's painting Way to the Citadel. Notice how this class is deeply engaged in math concepts by using the Prism.K12 teaching strategy Compare. Special...
    http://teachers.phillipscollection.org/compare

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    Math Shapes | PRISM.K12
    ...In The Phillips Collection galleries, students compared geometric shapes to artist Paul Klee's painting Way to the Citadel. Notice how this class is deeply engaged in math concepts by using the Prism.K12 teaching strategy Compare. Special...
    http://teachers.phillipscollection.org/node/732

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    Which of the six Prism.K12 strategies would you use to design a lesson around this content? | PRISM.K12
    ...Using sand, clay, play dough, real water (sand and water table), recreate the scene and solve the problem. Students would be encouraged to find a solution. Students would be provided with materials such as popsicle sticks, mini boats, figures,...
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    Which of the six Prism.K12 strategies would you use to design a lesson around this content? | PRISM.K12
    ...Using sand, clay, play dough, real water (sand and water table), recreate the scene and solve the problem. Students would be encouraged to find a solution. Students would be provided with materials such as popsicle sticks, mini boats, figures,...
    http://teachers.phillipscollection.org/comment/104

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    Which of the six Prism.K12 strategies would you use to design a lesson around this content? | PRISM.K12
    ...Using sand, clay, play dough, real water (sand and water table), recreate the scene and solve the problem. Students would be encouraged to find a solution. Students would be provided with materials such as popsicle sticks, mini boats, figures,...
    http://teachers.phillipscollection.org/comment/106

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    Which of the six Prism.K12 strategies would you use to design a lesson around this content? | PRISM.K12
    ...Using sand, clay, play dough, real water (sand and water table), recreate the scene and solve the problem. Students would be encouraged to find a solution. Students would be provided with materials such as popsicle sticks, mini boats, figures,...
    http://teachers.phillipscollection.org/comment/110

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    Which of the six Prism.K12 strategies would you use to design a lesson around this content? | PRISM.K12
    ...Using sand, clay, play dough, real water (sand and water table), recreate the scene and solve the problem. Students would be encouraged to find a solution. Students would be provided with materials such as popsicle sticks, mini boats, figures,...
    http://teachers.phillipscollection.org/comment/59