Most of my professional growth has come out of working with my peers to figure what is the best way to tackle content, or to approach a methodology with my students, or still fit in the hands-on stuff I want to do with the requirements the district and my school make of me.  I feel like I can continuously reframing the context of how I think about science instruction and then making changes to actually do what I have been thinking about.

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