I am in my final year at Wright State University. In the Spring I will graduate with my degree in Elementary Education.
Mon, Dec 06, 2021 10:26 AM in Young ladies and STEM
Women have made a lot of progress in America over time, however, we still struggle with girls in the STEM field. As teachers, it is our job to encourage females in our STEM programs in schools. I would love for there to be a club specifically for young female scientists.
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Mon, Dec 06, 2021 10:21 AM in The equality of field trips
When I was in elementary school, we had a nature center and forest that existed behind the school. We took a field trip there and got to learn many things. We made observations, took specimens from the stream, collected data on the types of trees, and hiked around. As an adult, I see that this is not an experience that most schools get to experience because not all areas have the same amount of s...
Mon, Dec 06, 2021 10:04 AM in Teaching science in early childhood
I feel it is important to teach science at a young age because children are naturally curious. We need to tap into their love for learning when they are still interested in science. Since science becomes more limited in later years of education, keeping it interesting for our students will prolong their interest in the subject.
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