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Welcome to Kernels of Truth!

 

 

This is a collaborative project created by students and faculty from ED 3240 Social Studies Methods, Spring 2012, Bemidji State University, and third and fourth grade faculty and students at Schoolcraft Learning Community.

 

Instructors/Coaches: Siri Anderson and Stacy Bender-Fayette

Teaching Assistant: Brett Cease

Wiki Guru: Maren Hackbarth

Students/Authors: Allison Biagi, Katie Bolin, Jennie Bruchof, Sarah Bull, Sue Cook, Sarah Cottingham, Renee Deegan, Kari Duddeck, Kreisa Duwe, Shari Emerson, Renee Gogolewski, Tammy Goodall, Jennifer Grotte, Lisa Henningsen, Greta Huhta, Leah Irmiter, Breanna Kalal, Kirstin Melaas, Luke Melquist, Traci Miles, Jill Ollmann, Laura Paulson, Michelle Pautzke, Maleah Pedersen, Brittany Pliler, Robert Quern, Josi Rahne, Emily Rogosheske, Lindsey Ruth, Marah Ryks, Janessa Schmidt, Kelly Schmidt, Terisa Scrabeck, Brianna Silgjord, Jason Soltis, Nate Uselding, Jill Vivant, Jessica Wendorf, Jocelyn Wicht, Kayla Zurek

Many thanks to:

SchoolCraft Teacher Partners: Carla Patch, Shanna Reiners, Nikki Rice

 

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Brett Cease said

at 6:18 am on Apr 28, 2012

Wow! I am so incredibly impressed with everyone's work and am heading into our F2F time together this morning absolutely inspired.

Kudos to each and every one of your hard work and know how much I look forward to recommending this staggeringly rich wiki to ALL of my teachers friends to consider utilizing in the years ahead.

Feel proud :)

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