Christina Au

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Recent Posts by Christina

Fri Nov 28, 2014 8:35 PM in Experiments
I thought these two videos are really interesting. One is about force and other one is about light source. Grade 1: Force https://www.teachingchannel.org/videos/first-grade-science-lesson Grade K-2: Investigation of Light https://www.teachingchannel.org/videos/science-lesson-on-light Something simple that you might like to do is density: sinking and floating. I am a student teacher...

Fri Nov 28, 2014 7:58 PM in Advice for new teachers
I am also a student working on my EC-6 Certification. Wow! These are great advices. Thank you all so much for sharing! One of the things that concerns me the most is classroom management. For the first week of school, is it beneficial to use the time to teach students class expectations and practice all of the routines like how to line up, turn in assignments, and raising their hands to speak? I ...

Fri Nov 28, 2014 7:40 PM in Do You Reflect?
I am a student teacher as well. Like my fellow NSTA members said, taking the time to reflect has been really helpful. For student teaching, we write a reflection for every lesson that we teach and sometimes for assignments that we do in our courses as well. At first, it was hard for me. I thought it was tedious and time consuming. However, I quickly realized later that taking the time to reflect r...





Recent Public Collections by Christina




Drawing on Student Understanding: Using illustrations to invoke deeper thinking about animals.
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Home Connections: Demystifying Mixtures
Type: Journal Article
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