My name is Emily Miles and I have been a substitute teacher/private piano teacher for the past four years. Ever since I was a little girl, I have always wanted to teach. I did not fully realize that my heart was fully set on being in the elementary classroom until I accepted a long term substitute position in kindergarten. It was through this experience that I decided to dive in and become an elementary teacher. I am always learning new things from my cohort and my students and that's the joy of teaching-- you never stop growing!
Aside from education-- I love drinking tea, reading a good book, encouraging my friends and family, and taking in the local events and fairs in KC.
Elementary Science Safety
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Sun, Oct 23, 2016 7:09 PM in Getting girls involved in Science
I completely agree with what our fellow teachers have said below. Have you thought of incorporating a read aloud that features girls and boys actively engaged in a science experiment or project? Maybe something like the Magic School bus (Phoebe is a good role model for girls). I don't know of other series that involve girls and science, but I am sure they are out there.
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