I am a southern woman, a hard worker and compassionate person. ?I have worked for Georgetown County School District in South Carolina for over 28 years. But as a new education student I want to use NSTA to help me on this journey to engage into this world of STEM and STEAM to help students understand this world we live.
This collection will support lessons and give information on sunlight, and it's support to plants and the world,
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This is supportive content to support a unit on wind for the 2nd grade STEM lesson. Any other supporting resources, please add.
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Wed, Sep 21, 2022 8:57 PM in Reducing class lessons and meeting the standards.
Greetings, I'm a student doing a residency, and it's pushed to ensure you are teaching the standards. I would like to know if there is a way that you can cover your criteria within a limited time. I've been working on a unit lesson. The books are telling me the study will last 30 to 45 minutes. I adjusted the task and split them in half, meaning less time covers all standards.
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Wed, Sep 21, 2022 8:38 PM in Diversifying STEM
I believe all schools have this problem. I'm working on a project where I meet with the school district superintendent to request that the STEM class be a requirement. It's so often offered only to GT students. I want girls to learn about the environment and how it affects their community.
Sun, Aug 21, 2022 8:03 AM in Summative Assessments for a unit based lessons
My name is Aliska and I'm in school working on using summative assessments in a unit plan. My first question is how do I create a unit plan for 2nd-grade science? I'm not clear on what to put in the unit. The mini-lessons are not related to each other. In my first quick lesson, I introduced the planets with a video. How would a summative assessment be use...
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