Category Archives: AOS 98

Maine State Science Fair Returns

Dear Teachers, Maine State Science Fair is back for its 72nd year, with more to offer than ever before! MSSF is focused on exciting student research and welcomes projects in the fields of computer science, engineering, life sciences, mathematics, behavioral … Continue reading

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SAT: Standards, Instruction and Responding to SAT Data

SAT: Standards, Instruction, and Responding to SAT Data During full day workshops, teachers will take a deep dive into either ELA (Evidence-based Reading and Writing along with the essay) or math to better understand how the SAT measures our learning … Continue reading

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Downloading the Apptegy App

Hi Folks- a few people are having trouble finding the app.  If you are one of those folks, please try typing in Apptegy AOS 98 in the search bar on the app site.  That should help.  

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Announcing the AOS 98 APP

AOS 98 is rolling out a new app to help improve our communication among our schools, with each other, our students and our communities.  We are moving slowly in our first year of implementation, but I expect that we will … Continue reading

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Who comes to school because of you? Thank you for all you do for our children.

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Pathways to Proficiency

Maine ASCD is bringing author Mike Anderson to Lewiston this October to talk about the power of student choice.  Here is the link for more information. http://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/event?oeidk=a07eeg6b7u9069ee2e0&llr=9jupm5cab

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What does a Good Question do?

I was at a workshop last week that provided me with some food for thought.  Nothing new, nothing earth shattering, but just some gentle reminders.  So, I thought I would share. What does a good question do?

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