Angelica Lara

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Recent Posts by Angelica

Thu Dec 08, 2016 6:06 PM in Problem Based Learning
I like that you let your students explore something that they were interested in. Your students were able to explore and use their own observations to make their own conclusions. I actually do something similar with my students, but it’s hard for them to come up with their own conclusion. As the facilitator, I ask students what they think and help them out with their conclusions.

Thu Dec 08, 2016 6:05 PM in Problem Based Learning
I like that you let your students explore something that they were interested in. Your students were able to explore and use their own observations to make their own conclusions. I actually do something similar with my students, but it’s hard for them to come up with their own conclusion. As the facilitator, I ask students what they think and help them out with their conclusions.

Thu Dec 08, 2016 5:37 PM in Computers in the Classroom
I am a pre-service teacher and I have not yet observed computers being utilize in a science lesson. In my future classroom I will like to use computers in a science lesson during workstations. I think computers are helpful during science lesson because students are able to understand science in a different format. Sometimes students need more explanation understanding certain material, but with th...