I am a teacher candidate at Wright State University. I am working on getting my Master's and my licensure in Middle Childhood Education in the concentrations of Science and Social Studies.
This is a collection of 12 NSTA resources for students and teachers.
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Fri, Dec 11, 2020 7:12 PM in The Red Planet
I like all the resources that Martian Rovers takes me to. They are a bit lengthy but informative. I do plan to show bits and pieces if some of them. Either as supplemental resources or to have my students watch them while they fill out an organizer. On said organizer I will have specific time stamps, so they know where to start and stop.
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Fri, Dec 11, 2020 6:33 PM in The Rock Cycle
I would suggest that you start with the hands-on activity first, as an exploration activity to the rock cycle. In saying that; however, make sure you give very clear and concise directions to your students. Or, you can post them on your SMART board as a visual.
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Fri, Dec 11, 2020 8:29 PM Karla's Collection Review
I like Karla's collection because of the variety of materials included with her collection. She has journal articles, a book chapter, science objects, a SciPack, and a web seminar archive. Having all of these different resources allows for any kind of learner to be able to pick something from her collection that the student would be interested in. The coral reef ecosystem SciPack was very interesting and I never got bored learning about it. None of the materials below were bad and I definitely would use the SciPack and the science objects as part of my future lessons in my classroom.
Overall, you have a collection that not only interests me, as the future teacher, but the collection will interest students as well.
Great job. You really took the time to develop your collection.
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