Henry Campos

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Recent Posts by Henry

Thu Apr 05, 2018 9:07 PM in Other Types of Assessments?
My big question is, what are some different ways we can assess students in the elementary level when teaching new content. I really want to hear of new ideas that teachers can asses students without giving them a test. I feel that many students get nervous and anxious when taking quizzes/exams, and as educators we don't get the accuracy of their understanding. I would really appreciate any ideas. ...

Thu Apr 05, 2018 8:58 PM in Fun Science Lessons
Hello Mary, I am a student teacher at my Elementary School. My mentor teacher actually taught a lesson that I though she did an amazing job in making it fun, engaging, relevant, and educational. The lesson was going to be about Genetics being passed on from parents and family members. Her engagement was she put students with a partner. Then the partners played papers, scissors, rock. She told ...

Thu Mar 22, 2018 9:57 AM in Integrating Science
In the classroom, many teachers are mostly focused on math and reading, due to STAR testing. I feel that all of the subjects are important in their own way. I wanted to ask for tips/strategies on how we can incorporate science with all of the subjects. I have seen some teachers combine math and reading, but we nearly see the incorporation of science with math, reading, or social studies. Thank you...