Arielle Conger

I am a student at SDSU, going to school to get my Multiple Subject Teaching Credential in order to be a kindergarten teacher. I have an undergraduate degree in Child Development. I am currently a nanny to two different families and I just love it. I am also pre-student teaching in a kindergarten class in Point Loma. This includes observing my master teacher, assisting with lesson prep, teaching mini small group lessons and teaching a few whole class lessons.

Recent Posts by Arielle

Tue Apr 29, 2014 5:56 PM in Classroom Management
Definitely have the students work in small groups of 5-7. I am in a student teaching in a kindergarten class right now, and even though those students are 5 years old, and many of them have behavioral issues, they work so much better in small groups. Also make sure that you are spending time going over directions and checking for understanding. Ive noticed that a lot of the times that the stude...

Thu Apr 24, 2014 8:29 PM in Weather and Elementary
Thanks Adah, this resource collection was very useful in creating my lessons!

Thu Apr 24, 2014 8:26 PM in Weather and Elementary
I never even thought about typing animals into the weather. I could see it as a way to teach seasons. But as just the basics of teaching weather, I think that it would be more conducive to teach just the types of weather first, especially because they are kindergarten. And perhaps after they are masters at the characteristics, types of weather, and reasons behind weather (reasons for patterns) to ...





Recent Public Collections by Arielle


Weather Resources

13 Resources



On Observing the Weather
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Editor's Note (May 2004)
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Class readings

7 Resources



The Benefits of Scientific Modeling
Type: Journal Article
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Guest Editorial: Helping Young Learners Make Sense of Data—A 21st-Century Capability
Type: Journal Article
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