My name is Justice Taylor and I am a senior at Brescia University. I am studying Elementary Special Education.
Fri, Aug 16, 2019 10:23 AM in Lots of Science, Not A Lot of Time
The best way to incorporate science with little time is adding it to other lessons, such as math, reading, english, etc. Science can be incorporated into any lesson with a little creativity. I agree with Jamison, books help lead the discussion of certain topics and then you can incorporate a mini hands-on activity to go along with the book or that specific lesson that you are teaching that day. S...
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Fri, Aug 16, 2019 10:19 AM in Keeping Students Engaged
Science is a subject that not all students enjoy; however, students usually love hands-on activities! These activities get the students involved with learning when they do not even realize that they're learning.
I have attached a link for 12 hands on Science activities for year-round fun that your students may enjoy! https://sciencekiddo.com/hands-on-science-activitie...
Fri, Aug 16, 2019 10:14 AM in Chem for those who do not like it
I have never enjoyed chemistry, it has always been very difficult and confusing to me. However, in my case hands-on activities helped me stay engaged thorughout my chemistry course. It also helped me understand what was going on to a certain point.
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