Alondra Hernandez

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Recent Posts by Alondra

Wed Apr 11, 2018 10:31 AM in Future educator advice
Great Advice! I too worry about becoming a first year teacher and all the new experiences and challenges that come with it. The one advice I that stood out to me was collaborating with other teacher about what works and dosen’t work. Science is a fun and exciting subject to teach because students are naturally curious and Science reaaly gives them the opportunity to explore. For first year teacher...

Wed Apr 11, 2018 10:20 AM in Living and Nonliving activity
Hi Samantha! Your activity is very hands on and student lead which is great in keeping the students engaged. There is so much value in having students explore on their own and then explain their reasoning. By having work in pairs to explain why they think one picture is a nonliving organism and living organism can help the teacher activate prior knowledge and see if the students have any misconcep...

Thu Apr 05, 2018 10:11 AM in Amount of time for science in the classroom
At the Elementary School I am Student Teaching at, Science is also not given enough time. Schools have their focus mainly on Math and Reading that they neglect subjects like Science and Social Studies. Integrating Science and Social Studies into Math and Reading or vice versa seems like a great idea to cover every subject. As a student teacher, I have not seen actual ways to integrate subje...