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FA 2: Food Chains
Resources for inquiry learning on food chains for elementary students
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Mon, Apr 09, 2018 7:04 AM in Science Notebooks
I believe journals are extremely beneficial to a classroom. You should divide it in sections and have sections for labs, class notes, reflections, etc. and allow the students to write all their information on there. This is an easy way to collect data and have class information at the same time same place.
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Mon, Apr 09, 2018 7:00 AM in Avoiding Lectures When Instructing Life Science
Hi, Adam, I think it's great that you want to introduce other ways besides lecturing for instructing your students. I believe that technology can be very useful for this, as you can use media and interactive games for your students. They would like that. Additionally, incorporating many hands on mini-experiments with easy materials is useful. Check pinterest!
Sun, Apr 08, 2018 9:40 PM in Living vs. Nonliving things
Hello everyone, I wanted to know different inputs on how you teach living vs. nonliving things in your classroom? I'd love to explore fun, engaging, unique ways that teachers teach this concept! I don't like to see reading straight from a book, I love hands-on or active learning activities! Thanks!
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Safety Is Elementary Collection
Sun, Apr 08, 2018 9:17 PM Review on Safety Collection- April 8,2018
I chose to do a review on this collection because i believe safety is very important in a science classroom. Both students and teachers must understand why it is important to have safety rules, regulations, mentioning hazards in a lesson, and equipment in the classroom. This collection has many resources for teachers to look at including a safety contract, what teachers should do in the planning, organizing, and troubleshooting part of the lesson, and some pointers and tips for rules and what to consider for working with hazards. I think it is very useful for future and current teachers to look at as a guide. Safety is very important and should come first in a science classroom.
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