I am currently a fifth grade science teacher, and have been for six years. I am in the science coach pool for my county, and will finish coursework for my Master's Degree in Science Education this upcoming year. When I graduate, my goal is to begin coaching and helping other teachers become more comfortable with science as inquiry and investigation.
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Mon, Apr 20, 2015 7:50 PM in Science in a small space
What about engaging some of these messier activities in centers, so you are dealing with smaller groups and thus, smaller messes? I'm not sure what your lessons are and how that would fit into your plans, but maybe breaking down into a center type rotation might help with the clean up. Good luck!
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Mon, Apr 20, 2015 7:36 PM in Lab Reports and Science Notebooks
Thanks for sharing this link! Teachers Pay Teachers is already wonderful, but I'm saving this for sure. I teach elementary, but I'm going to look around through this person's store and see if she has anything at the elementary level that might be useful for me. Much appreciated!
Mon, Apr 20, 2015 7:31 PM in New Science Lab Setup
I'm not sure exactly what kind of response you're looking for here, but I set up our school's science lab so I'll explain to you what I did and the process I went through. Hopefully this helps a little. You need a large locking closet for storage and lots of shelving. Tables are much better than desks as your students will ideally be working in teams on lab activities. You'll need a sink or two, a...
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