Hello! My name is Emma True. I am an Elementary Education Major with K-12 Special Education Endorsements at Wartburg College. I am originally from Brainerd, Minnesota but I am currently living in Bismarck, ND. I am so excited to learn more about science and to share the love to others!
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Fri, Dec 01, 2023 9:32 AM in Research in K-12
Hello Everyone! My name is Emma True. I am an Elementary Education major with K-12 Special Education Endorsements. One question that I have is how can you implement research into K-12 instruction for STEAM? What are some ways to introduce the idea of conducting research regardless the age group? Research is typcially conducted in a secondary or postschool setting, and I feel as though it would be...
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Fri, Dec 01, 2023 9:27 AM in Staying on topic
Hello Everyone, my name is Emma True. I am a third-year Elementary Education major with K-12 special education endorsements. I am on track to student teach next fall, and I was wondering how am I supposed to stay on track with the curriculum when good academic questions are asked by students that are not particularly related to the material? I feel as though I will be getting off track quite ofte...
Thu, Nov 02, 2023 9:17 PM in Class Pets
Hello! I am all for having a class pet. I feel as though there are a lot of responsibility and understanding that is taught when there is an animal or living thing present within a classroom. One thing I might reccommend having in a classroom would be an aquaponics system. This takes time to get set up, but it is it's own ecosystem that is self-sustained after awhile. This system may have fis...
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Heredity and Variation: Elementary Collection
Fri, Dec 01, 2023 10:20 PM Productivity in the classroom
These supplemental resources will be beneficial within the classroom when teaching Hereditary and Variation within the Elementary school classroom. The variety of resources varying from interactive ebooks, book chapters, and web seminars. Students will be able to explore different topics while being guided in the different important aspects of heredity and variation. I feel as though students will learn a lot from this collection. One thing that I would change would be adding more of a physical and multi-sensory component to these resources or lesson. This will allow the student's to understand the information given in a fun, and memorable way. It is important that the student's experience learning in more than a linear way. This would enhance the collection greatly.
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