My name is Paige McRoberts and I am a senior at Wright State University. My major is Early Childhood Education, and I plan to graduate in the fall of 2017. I would love to teach Kindergarten. I love to spend time with my family and friends.
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Sun, Nov 27, 2016 10:39 PM in Getting girls involved in Science
I agree with many of the post before this. Getting girls involved at a young age will help build their confidence in science. By exposing students to science at a young age, it will build students confidence in the future. I think through inquiry-based learning as well because it allows students to explore on their own and no one is wrong. This will help build girls confidence as well.
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Sun, Nov 27, 2016 10:36 PM in Introducing Science
I agree Kayla! Hands on activities always work best when teaching Science. As we have learned this semester, inquiry based learning works very well too. It allows students to explore on their own and discover their learning in a new way!
Sun, Nov 27, 2016 10:35 PM in Introducing Science
One way to make it fun for the students is to do hands on activities! Students love hands on activities and more than likely they will remember the content better by exploring it hands on! I think another tip is to be enthusiastic when teaching science! Students can catch your vibe about how you feel about something. When teaching any topic you need to energetic and upbeat this will then refle...
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Sun, Nov 27, 2016 10:07 PM Rocks Scipack
I think this scipack was very helpful when learning information about rocks. I feel as if it taught many lots of information about rocks that I now feel confident enough to teach the topic to my students. I liked how it broke down the topic but then connecting all aspects of the topic back together at the end.
Science 101: What causes the seasons?
Fri, Sep 30, 2016 12:47 AM Review
I thought this article touched on the common misconception of what causes seasons in a way that would be easier to teach children. There is also an experiment for you to use to show the students how it is tilted on its axis which leads to the topic of what causes seasons.
Science 101: Why Do You Lose AM Radio Reception When You Go Under an Overpass?
Fri, Sep 30, 2016 12:21 AM Review
I loved this article! I thought it showed a great way to introduce the topic to your students and then let them predict why this occurs. In addition, it includes an experiment to do with your students, reflect on the experiment and build on their prior knowledge!
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