I am proud to be a member of NSTA, a professional organization of the highest caliber that is recognized worldwide! The professional support and resources that are available to our membership allows me to stay current and involved in our district, state and national curriculum decisions and practices. As a NSTA Online Advisor, I am honored to provide support while growing alongside our fellow science educators. When listing two words that explain the alternative middle and high school students in my classroom they are "engaged" and "empowered."
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Differentiated Instruction Fall 2015
Resource materials for K-12 STEM educators to access for classroom support in differentiating their curriculum.
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College Professors - Undergraduate, Non Science Majors
This collection is being developed for College Professors of non-science undergraduate students. It is in its beginning stages of being developed.
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Sat, Jul 25, 2015 6:39 PM in Differentiation
I discovered a NSTA journal article that discusses the Tic-Tac-Toe strategy and provides examples. Year after year, this activity proves to be one of my students' favorites!
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Sat, Apr 25, 2015 2:19 PM in STEM Today for a Better Tomorrow
John Graves energized participants during his Teaching Science and Engineering Practices in the Elementary Classrooms virtual conference session. John used discrepant events to "hook" teachers in identifying and becoming comfortable locating NGSS standards, and fostering and encouraging well developed student questions.
This session will be a valuable resource as I guide, instruct and ment...
Thu, Oct 02, 2014 11:07 PM in NSTA Learning Center Teacher/District Cohort
I am replying to your posted question concerning NSTA Cohorts and how their groups are using and sharing information, in hopes that you will receive insight, along with a few suggestions.
Education students at several universities also use the Learning Center as their main source of study and reference. They have a password that opens their account on a common class page where the...
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Sat, Jul 25, 2015 7:17 PM ELL / ESL Differentiation Strategies & Assessment
All science students will benefit from the journal, e-chapter, and uploaded materials that have been gathered in this collection that emphasizes instructional techniques and assessments for the English Language Learner. Science content hooks students when it is presented in the learning style and level that matches their strengths. Dozens of ideas and strategies that you will be able to incorporate into your planning and teaching.
Astronomy Class Activities Collection
Fri, Dec 19, 2014 4:24 PM Astronomy 4 Educators
This collection may be in its beginning stages of being assembled. It has 6+ hours of educator prep materials, two student probes and an article that discusses the gravitational pull between our Earth and moon.
Assessment Evaluation Collection
Fri, Dec 19, 2014 3:55 PM Understanding Assessment
Assessments are an integral part of classroom planning and instruction. We all know what strong assessments are meant to do, gather data from students on their progress and comprehension so that instruction can be adjusted to meet their learning needs. This collection supports educators in developing the most precise and accurate assessments for their specific needs. Formative, summative, short answer, multiple choice, graphic organizers, journal entries and performance based are only a few of the formats discussed and illustrated in all levels of NSTA Journal Articles. Strong educators will be able to read assessment strategies at one level and adjust to make them viable for their classroom on a different level. This collection is a must to save to your NSTA personal MyLibrary accounts.
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