Alexandria Charles

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Recent Posts by Alexandria

Sun Nov 30, 2014 4:15 PM in Informal Science In the Classroom?
I think those are some great ideas, if students have already learned what you're talking about or its being used as an introduction. I am also a student on my way to becoming a teacher and have learned about using science vocabulary throughout the day. For example, when you want students to line up quietly you ask them to line up using potential energy. On the way out of the classroom, ask student...

Sat Nov 29, 2014 12:44 AM in We need more time to teach Science
I completely agree. I think we should do more interdisciplinary teaching. Integrating more subjects is a real world application and allows for more time with science. When you go to university, you don't just do science. You might do some research on what has been done in the past (history) and write a report (ELA). We do science everyday in life so science should be explored everyday in the class...

Sat Nov 29, 2014 12:38 AM in 1st year teachers and parents
I'll be graduating in May, and this is one of my concerns. I'm hoping parents will see my excitement and confidence and will be more at ease about my inexperience. I know it's going to be tough, but this is what I have a passion for, I want to show parents we are part of a team and we can do this together.