Jeanette Nguyen

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Recent Posts by Jeanette

Tue Feb 13, 2018 1:01 PM in How to get Students involved in science
I am currently a second grade student teacher, and I notice that both hands-on activities and incorporating technology (such as watching videos) into the lessons are equally important for involving elementary students in science. Younger students learn better when they use manipulatives, but they also need a visual to get them started on the activities. Introducing them to a science topic by sh...

Tue Feb 06, 2018 3:25 PM in Fun way to introduce Science
I’m currently a 2 nd grade student teacher, and I am constantly looking for great ways to introduce science to students as well. I found a website that offers great science ideas to implement in your classroom. For example, if you are introducing weather to your students, you can use the sensory weather bottles activity. It is a hands-on activity that is engaging for the students. It’s entert...

Tue Jan 30, 2018 4:14 PM in Classroom Management
I am about to become a new teacher as well. I am currently a student teacher, and I’m quickly picking up effective ways to manage a classroom. One of the most important ways to manage a classroom is by creating a positive relationship between the students and teacher. The students will listen to you and take you more seriously if you can become someone they trust and enjoy having as their teac...