Gladys Gonzalez

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Recent Posts by Gladys

Sun Feb 11, 2018 6:52 PM in classroom management during experiments
Hello, I am student teaching in a second-grade classroom and one things that works great for me is explaining the expectations EVERY time the students will begin an experiment. Even if they have done it 100 times before this helps them refresh their memory and they have set expectations about how they are to treat our materials, what voice level to use, etc. Once the expectations are set the stu...

Mon Feb 05, 2018 10:11 PM in Weather and Elementary
Hello, I am currently student teaching in second grade and we just finished weather and are now starting on the four seasons. I also agree that the anchor chart helps the students understand that the seasons in a cycle as well. We had the students watch a BrainPop Jr. Video over the seasons then discussed them as a class. After the video ended, we had a class discussion over questions the student...

Tue Jan 30, 2018 12:56 AM in lesson suggestions for Elementary school students
Hello Lattecia, From my experience students seem to be curious throughout most science lessons. One of the science lessons that I have seen most of the students engaged was during one of my observations in a Kindergarten or first grade classroom during student teaching. The students were learning about the life cycle of the plant. Each student started off with a bean, a zip-lock bag, and a wet pa...