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#SparkAMind Twitter Chat Recap

Tonight's #SparkAMind Twitter chat was focused on Inquiry and Engagement and was led by Nancy Steineke and Harvey "Smokey" Daniels. We also were joined by Heinemann authors Kristi Mraz, Krisitn Ziemke, Kate Roberts, Maggie Roberts, Roz Linder, Linda Hoyt, Kylene Beers, Sara Ahmed, Lisa Eickholdt, Allison Marchetti, and Meenoo Rami. Every time your tweet with #SparkAMind @HMHco donates a book to a student. Use the hashtag to tell stories from your classroom! See below for the full transcript of the chat. 



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Topics: Engagement, Reading, Spark a Mind, Technology, Writing, Collaboration, Inquiry, Social Studies, SparkAMind

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