Robin Cox

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Recent Posts by Robin

Thu Nov 13, 2014 8:56 PM in Combatting Burnout?
Chris, I appreciate your honesty and reaching out for support. I am about to turn 39 and am a college senior. Education will be my third career, and the lowest paying one. However, I was born to teach. I chose to return to school two years ago when I was dealing with politics and injustices in education with my own children. I feel when the system is broken you have two choices; be a part of...

Thu Nov 13, 2014 8:35 PM in Student Teaching
Hello! I too am a student teacher, thanks for the great resources! My daughter did an awesome experiment in school with magnets and cereal. They took a plastic sandwich bag and smashed Cheerios up in it. They added water and made a slimy solution. Next, they took a magnet and gently ran it back and fourth across the top of the bag. The iron in the cereal separated and the magnet pulled it to...

Thu Nov 13, 2014 8:25 PM in how to help your students?
Ryan, This is a great question. I think it is important to help students make connections to what they are learning. If they can relate to the information then they can develop a better understanding of the content. The key is to use words and language that is at their level. I am a student teacher working on a unit in natural resources. The students are having a difficult time differentiati...





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Cells and Chemical Reactions: Basics of Metabolism
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Cell Structure and Function: Cells – The Basis of Life
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