I am an Elementary Education Major. Hoping to teach 5th grade and eventually to teach High School students in Social studies. I enjoy being busy and planning events. I am very involved in my sorority and I have 2 dogs named yogi and luna
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Mon, Dec 01, 2014 1:22 AM in Seating Charts
At that age, I personally think that random would be best. Students are all smart in their own ways and a lot of the times we limit them by putting them in seats that we think are "best" for them. You would be surprised to see what students could get out of sitting somewhere they had the "choice" of picking and it not necessarily being next to a friend.
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Mon, Dec 01, 2014 1:19 AM in Short Life Science Videos
These videos are great! I can't wait to incorporate them in my classroom!
Mon, Dec 01, 2014 1:13 AM in Science/Math Collaboration
Great idea to speak to a math teacher to get ideas on how things could be collaborated. Maybe even make assignments coincide so the students aren't pressured to do so much more but at the same time interested in the assignments seeing that their two classes can combine.
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Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Collection
Tue, Nov 25, 2014 1:40 PM Collection Review
I think it is extremely important to introduce the concept of reduce, reuse, and recycle in every single classroom at all grade levels. This concept has a lot to do with sustainability and how we as people treat our earth and the only place that we are capable of living at the moment. In this collection there are good recourses that teachers can use to reach students in the classroom on this topic. One of the resources called Conservation Presentation, has a lot of activities that high school students can engage themselves in to not only learn about reducing reusing, and recycling but also to promote it to their peers in school and to the public. One of the other resources I really thought was interesting was The ins and outs of curbside recycling programs. Not only did it tell about the different programs that are out there to help recycle, it showed the different ways that things are recycled so that we have an idea where our “trash” is going and what becomes of it.
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