Hello, My name is Olivia! I am a senior at UNI, majoring in Elementary Education.
Tue, Nov 28, 2017 8:51 PM in Getting students involved and excited about science
I would make the lessons and activities hands-on. Get the students moving around and interacting with classmates. This will help build the energy in the room and keep the lessons engaging. Find out what the students interests are and build on that to meet their needs. Let the students have choice in the experiments they create and do. Let the students explore on their own and learn by doing.
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Tue, Nov 28, 2017 8:47 PM in Classroom Management
I think establishing rules for the classroom and rules for experiments is first priority. The rules should be posted and known by all the students. Also, having safety rules because some experiments can be dangerous if not properly done. This is important for teachers to establish to keep the environment safe and students safe.
Tue, Nov 28, 2017 8:42 PM in Getting girls involved in Science
I think establishing a safe and comfortable environment in the classroom would help all students be themselves and be open to others. Getting the students engaged in lessons would come with hands-on lessons and activities. Also, letting the students have choice in what they do for projects, experiments, etc. This will give them more interests in the activities if they are choosing and allowing for...
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