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Local college students work though a PSP.
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Colored pencils = fun for all
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The students hard at work...
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Janet Barnett gives hints.
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A lively discussion ensues.
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Individual communication is key.
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This project focused on Hamilton's work.
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Contemplating the icosian game...
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Workshop participants watched the class...
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...and worked on the project themselves.
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Taking it all in...
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FSU grad student Cihan in deep thought.
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"What is this supposed to be?"
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Barnett is lively in the classroom.
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The student's work is never done.
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Kathy Clark explains assessment.
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The entire workshop participants.
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The TRIUMPHS PI team.
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We even laugh sometimes...
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The second class using a PSP.
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This project was based on Archimedes.
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Students were eager to help each other.
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David Pengelley lends an ear.
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Look, we even fed them!
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The students worked at tables, not sand.
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Participants discussing benefots of PSPs.
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Jonathan Bayless is content.
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Danny Otero- always a class act.
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It's been a long day for Terrence.
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PSP author David Ruch and PI Diana White
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Participants are twitterpated.
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PI Dominic Klyve sporting a windsor.
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Rebekah Yates hears about the evolution of TRIUMPHS.