Mon, Apr 19, 2021 1:24 AM in Effective Science Teacher
As a future educator, I have really noticed that hands on learning is a great way to make science fun. When creating a lesson, make sure that you are going to have as much fun teaching it as you expect your students to have fun learning it. If the students see that you are enjoying the lesson, they are also going to enjoy it and be more engaged.
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Mon, Apr 19, 2021 1:17 AM in New teacher question
I am still a future educator, but since being in my field work, I have noticed that my teacher has a problem with getting students to turn in homework. She ends up getting frustrated with the students for not turning things in and takes away recess time, which just ends up giving them less time to run off their energy on the playground. However, after being in the classroom for the semester, one ...
Mon, Apr 19, 2021 1:10 AM in keeping the students engaged
One thing I have noticed in doing my field placements is that the students get really excited about doing hands on experimenting. One activity we did in particular was on circuits. The students were given a battery, a wire, and a lightbulb and told to figure out how to make the lightbulb light up. Every single student in the class was engaged and trying as hard as they could to get their lightbul...
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