Roxana Puga

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Recent Posts by Roxana

Sun Nov 16, 2014 9:50 PM in We need more time to teach Science
I agree! I am a student teacher and we talked about this in my methods class before. At the school I am at most of the teachers in my grade level don't really value science, if they can get to it great if not they will eventually teach something by the end of the week. I am glad my teacher actually appreciates our science time even though its only 30 minutes. We try are best to have some hands-on ...

Sun Nov 16, 2014 9:43 PM in How to handle student's questions?
I am a student teacher and I find myself in this type of situation myself. What I try to do is let the students know that I don't know the answer but that we can look for it together. I let them know that many times we won't always know the answer to things and because of that that is how we learn. I try to connect myself with the students so they also know its ok not to know the answer sometimes ...

Sun Nov 16, 2014 9:33 PM in Halloween candy and STEM
Thanks for this resource, it was great! I recently had to do a presentation on STEM and did not know how to make it engaging and interesting to my students. What a fun way to integrate both ideas together. Even though I do agree upon the food allergies and also parent issues with letting their students eat candy at school.





Recent Public Collections by Roxana


Heat Energy

Intended for students to understand what heat energy is and how we use it in our daily lives. It was taught to first graders.



Matter and Size

I taught a lesson about matter and size to first graders and it is intended for students to classify objects by their properties.