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Logan's Science Lesson Light
This will be a third-grade science lesson focused on the light that will go over what light is, what makes a rainbow, why we see different colors in the sky, why we see light rays, why we shouldn't look into the light, why we see different colors, why things look bigger underwater, and why a pencil looks broken when you put it in a cup of water.
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Thu, Mar 25, 2021 3:42 PM in Positive and Negative effects virtual learning
I think the positives and negatives of at-home learning are intertwined and very student to student. A student who is an introvert might love working from home but a student who is an extrovert might not be able to pay attention without the incentive of social interaction. Some students may finally have a quiet place to focus while other students may have a very loud family and not be able to foc...
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Thu, Mar 25, 2021 3:39 PM in NSTA Daily Do!
These daily dos are so cool! I spent almost an hour one time just checking out interesting mini-articles it is really fun and informative!
Tue, Nov 17, 2020 1:01 PM in Pre-K Science Activities
For Pre-K science I think it's really important that the children do hands-on activities that can start to give them background information on things they will learn in the future. Some examples I can think of is making oobleck with two cups of corn syrup and 1 Cup of water you can make a gooey substance that gets hard in your hands when you don't mold it but then turns to...
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Thu, Mar 25, 2021 4:06 PM Logan's Review of Pollution collection
I think this collection does a great job of covering many aspects of pollution through very important lenses. The book Air Pollution and Environmental Equity discuss clean air and pollution in a very informative comprehensive way. Introduction to Water Pollution provides some very detailed insights into water pollution even showing off the polluted microbes under a microscope. The article Plants, Animals, and Earth Processes, Oh My! Changes to the Environment, present some short stories and a five-E Lesson plan about how animals change the world around us. The science object Resources and Human Impact: Environmental Degradation, talks about how if the human population continues to increase there is a possibility, we will reach the carrying capacity of the earth. Resources and Human Impact: Population Growth, Technology, and the Environment, this science object looks at how salmon populations have decreased due to pollution. The Journal article Talking Trash goes over how human pollution is really affecting the world around us and just how much trash we are throwing onto the earth.
Gravity / Defying Gravity Collection
Thu, Nov 12, 2020 4:57 PM Logan Gonzalez review of Gravity Defying Gravity
Starting off this collection is “Air Mass Matters: Creating a Need-to-Know”, which I found to be A great resource for outlining how a teacher can give an interesting engaging science lesson that either has an experiment or is just lecture based. Up next is “Friction and Air Resistance”, Is a very versatile book that can be used in many different ways such as a guide for a teacher, material for students, or a great assistance for assisting scientific discussions. “Landing Safely on Mars” is next, this is a really cool document that dives into the details of space travel even having the students building models of Mars Landers. “Science 101: What Is Gravity?”, is a great resource for breaking down the details of gravity in a way that anyone can understand. “STEMonstrations aboard the International Space Station”, puts your classroom directly into the space station using the context of space to demonstrate how it can affect many aspects of science and how we can use them in the classroom. “Why Is Water Sphere-Shaped in Space?”, is really cool! It is a lesson plan designed to teach why liquid becomes a sphere in space and other ways liquids are affected by gravity!
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