Lauren Redden

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Recent Posts by Lauren

Sun Dec 06, 2015 2:59 PM in How to fit science in your schedule
You can always integrate two subjects together, for example doing a read aloud with a science related book and doing a R/LA activity with that. Or in many science experiments, I have found that most of the time math is somehow involved. Besides this, a lot of good advice on the thread that I will also take into consideration for my future classroom!

Sun Dec 06, 2015 2:57 PM in Advice for new teachers
I am also in the same situation as you are! I have learned a lot in my student teaching experience and I hope that everything that I have learned will help me when I have my own classroom. Maybe at your school, there is a mentor program where new teachers have a mentor in a veteran teacher. If there isn't, maybe you could try to find a mentor teacher to assist you when you need help and will give ...

Sun Dec 06, 2015 2:54 PM in Classroom Management
It is important to set high expectations with your students and model with them examples of how you should act while you are doing a lab. Stay consistent with consequences and rules and make students accountable for themselves and each other. They are always more adapt to do something if their input reflects their peers.