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Monostudio Associati Makes Tiles From Marble Waste, Coffee Grounds, and Eggshells

Monostudio Associati Makes Tiles From Marble Waste, Coffee Grounds, and Eggshells

Elisa Evaso founded the interior design firm Monostudio Associati with her husband Luca Guglieri in 2005 with a mission to create spaces designed for the well-being of the people who would use them. That focus, combined with the growing urgency to change the way we work towards a more circular and sustainable practice led the pair to start the Monoferments Project in 2020 and to start developing interior finishes from waste materials. Tell me a little bit about your childhood, education, and background in terms of how you first became interested in creativity, design, and sustainability. Spending endless summers in...

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Handling Homeschool Fears, Interview with Homeschool Super Freak

Handling Homeschool Fears, Interview with Homeschool Super Freak

This week on Homeschoool Highschool Podcast: Handling Homeschool Fears, Interview with Homeschool Super Freak. Handling Homeschool Fears, Interview with Homeschool Super Freak We are so excited this week to have a chance to chat with a favorite new friend from social media. Vicki has been enjoying Homeschool Super Freak’s posts on Facebook, Homeschool Super Freak website and Parent Busters podcast episodes! So, Vicki contacted her and arranged for today’s interview about what to do with fears about homeschooling! Homeschool Super Freak is Jacqueline Wilson and everyone who knows her knows how unstuffy and fun she is! Parent Busters podcast is...

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The Special Educator’s Guide to Data Collection

The Special Educator’s Guide to Data Collection

Data drives all decisions in special education. It can be an extremely daunting task, so let’s dive into the special educator’s guide to data collection. Get your data collection materials ready! What You Need You’re ready to prep you data collection, but what do you need? To start, you need: Student IEPs- try the IEP Binder to stay organized! Data collection method- I use the Simple Data Sheets Data collection materials- try IEP Goal Bins Data schedule- check out this blog post Prep IEP Goal Bins for data collection! How to Prep Data Collection One of the biggest hurdles in...

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Get to Know You Activities for the First Week of School

Get to Know You Activities for the First Week of School

The first week of school is the perfect time to start establishing your classroom community! Get to know you activities are a great way to do this because it's a fun way for elementary school students to learn more about their peers. Here are three super simple get to know you activities for the first week of school! 1. CLASS WORD SEARCH A class word search is a great way for your whole class to learn each other's names during the first week of school! Not only is it a fun morning work activity for the first week, but it...

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Keto Mini Corn Cobs Chowder

Keto Mini Corn Cobs Chowder

Keto Mini Corn Cobs Chowder with bacon and cheese begins with one can of mini corn cobs. You can have canned mini corn cobs on a low-carb or keto diet, frozen or canned. Using Strawberries, blueberries, raspberries and blackberries on a keto diet is acceptable but comes with natural sugars. The same happens with some vegetables, such as these mini cobs of corn, but they are very low carb. I’ll explain more about mini corn cobs as we go through the Keto mini corn cob chowder together. Let’s get cooking, so you’ll have lunch or dinner ready in no time....

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