Hannah Lestan

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Recent Posts by Hannah

Wed Apr 11, 2012 2:10 PM in bulletin boards
Hi everyone! Thought I would share an idea that I plan on using with my 6th grade class as I begin teaching ,and with students that I tutor. I love creating fact quilts. They are very interactive and a lot of fun for the students to create. I plan on posting it by the front door of the classroom so students may read it as they enter and exit the classroom. It is a bulletin board to keep up all ...

Mon Feb 20, 2012 11:45 AM in Differentiating Science Instruction
Hi everybody! I currently am a student at Southern Illinois University. I will be student teaching in the fall, and one of my biggest concerns is being able to differentiate within the classroom. Although I do find science fascinating and wonderful, I want to make sure that I am doing the right techniques so that my students can "get it". I have learned multiple strategies in my theory classes ...

Mon Feb 20, 2012 11:31 AM in Avoiding Misconceptions in Science Education
Hi there! I just had to respond to this thread because I wanted to share my experience... I also agree that student misconceptions can hinder the development of a strong understanding of content. Also, I am a fan of the 5E model when teaching science as well. I am currently in my last semester at Southern Illinois University and my science education teacher utilizes the 5E method not only wit...