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Kellogg Community College alumna Christina Khim discusses the benefits of studying math and science at KCC. Background music courtesy of Jason Shaw of audionautix.com.

Kellogg Community College alumna Christina Khim discusses the benefits of studying math and science at KCC. Background music courtesy of Jason Shaw of audion.

Kellogg Community College alumnus Kevin Schmitt, a graduate student studying molecular biology at Eastern Michigan University, discusses the benefits of studying math and science at KCC. Background music courtesy of Jason Shaw of audionautix.com.

Kellogg Community College alumnus Kevin Schmitt, a graduate student studying molecular biology at Eastern Michigan University, discusses the benefits of stud.

Kellogg Community College student Daniel Layton is dual enrolling at KCC and Western Michigan University to pursue a degree in mechanical engineering. In this video he discusses the benefits of studying math and science at KCC. Background music courtesy of Jason Shaw of audionautix.com.

Kellogg Community College student Daniel Layton is dual enrolling at KCC and Western Michigan University to pursue a degree in mechanical engineering.

Kellogg Community College alumnus Brandon Snyder, a junior studying psychology, LGBT studies and sociology at Western Michigan University, discusses the benefits of studying math and science at KCC. Background music courtesy of Jason Shaw of audionautix.com.

Kellogg Community College alumnus Brandon Snyder, a junior studying psychology, LGBT studies and sociology at Western Michigan University, discusses the bene.

Kinetic Affect's Kirk Latimer and Gabriel Giron perform their original spoken-word poem "Define Yourself" with musician Nick Lobel. Kellogg Community College commissioned Kinetic Affect to write the poem in the summer of 2012 in support of a campaign promoting a new Student Code of Conduct at the college.

Kinetic Affect's Kirk Latimer and Gabriel Giron perform their original spoken-word poem "Define Yourself" with musician Nick Lobel.

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A description of tropes appearing in Whose Line Is It Anyway. A successful Improv slash Sketch Comedy slash Panel Show that originated on British radio …

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Should be Fair Vs Same, so not to be confused with equality arguments. Equal classroom poster - exactly what I was searching for!

Schools That Work: Search Model Schools, Education Videos, and Teaching Resources | Edutopia: I really like this part of Edutopia, it gives me a clear understanding and example of what is being used in the classrooms

K-12 Resources & Videos: Schools That Work

This school teaches financial literacy to elementary school students. Their graduation rate is higher than the national average. Check out this video to see how applying math to real life can translate to a higher graduation rate.

This 8 page Solar System Play by The Teacher Next Door is one I wrote for my class as an end of the year performance for parents and students. It's...

Reader's Theater: Solar System Play for 3rd - 6th Grade

This 8 page Solar System Play by The Teacher Next Door is one I wrote for my class as an end of the year performance for parents and students.

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