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Bonnie Bracey Sutton

Bonnie Bracey Sutton, a teacher agent of change who has taught in many different types of schools and is not a ghost on the Internet trying to create problem, more, looking for solutions and new ideas to help in education. I have extensive education in STEM , computational thinking, and supercomputing.

I have just gotten funding for work in Cyberbullying and Digital Citizenship.

Emaginos.com, also on linked in and Facebook.

Areas of Interest: 
Digital Citiaenship,
Science,
technology,
math and engineering,
shakespeare,
history,
archaeology,
cooking and gardening,
books.

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Posted blog More Free Resources: NASA

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Posted discussion Globaloria

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Posted discussion Windows to the Universe Newsletter

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Posted discussion Oceanography Resources

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Posted discussion Congressional Caucus Explores Cloud Computing

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Posted discussion Lack of Funding Creates Barrier to Using Tech in Class

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Posted discussion Apply for an Einstein Fellowship

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Posted discussion video What Do Scientist do with Supercomputing

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Posted discussion How Do We Involve Girls In STEM?

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Posted discussion Digital Promise

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Posted discussion Digital Promise

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Posted discussion NIST publishes final version of cloud computing definition

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Posted discussion The New Thinkfinity Community

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