Tue, Mar 20, 2018 3:11 PM in Keeping Students Engaged
I am a student teacher in a second grade class. From my observations and what I have seen in many classrooms, the way to engage students is by using hands-on activities, students really like lessons where they use manipulatives or even play games. Having engaging activities are great too. For example taking them outdoors when learning about shadows, the weather, living and non-living objec...
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Tue, Mar 06, 2018 3:32 PM in classroom management during experiments
I am a student teacher and I am currently in a second grade class. What I have seen that works is having CHAMPS. This helps them to know what the teacher is expecting from them when doing not only science experiments but all kinds of classroom and school expectations. One of the schools that i observed at was all about CHAMPS and students were expected to follow them at all times and for t...
Tue, Feb 20, 2018 3:46 PM in Getting Parents Involved in Science
I am a student teacher and I am currently in a 2nd grade classroom. What I have noticed, that really works for this school is that they have a science night at least once a month. They get to observe the sky with a telescope and record and share all of their findings. I was able to attend the one where they had the opportunity to meet a real astronaut, they had food donated, and lots of ot...
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