Cindy Gumandoy

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Recent Posts by Cindy

Tue Apr 12, 2016 12:14 AM in Science Safety
I think it is best to go over the science safety instructions and procedures during the first couple of weeks of school. The students need to know that the safety procedures in a science class is very important and should not be messed with. They need to know the importance of the lab procedures especially when it comes to doing experiments. I do not think you will necessarily overload the stude...

Tue Apr 12, 2016 12:09 AM in Engaging Students
Yes, I completely agree with you. I think in order for the teacher to teach the subject, the teacher must first know the subject/topic very well because I have gone through a lesson in which I should have known more about and the students asked great questions that I did not know the answer to. So knowing the content will most definitely be key to a successful lesson.

Tue Apr 12, 2016 12:06 AM in Classroom Management
I posted a response to someone with a similar situation. I suggested having roles for the students in the group so that each student is responsible for a certain task. I would go around each group and ask questions and see what they are doing. I would also tell the students that you are going to have them explain their experiment in front of the whole class so that the students are able to know ...





Recent Reviews by Cindy


Mon Apr 11, 2016 1:11 PM
4 Nice!
I really like how this teaches kids the importance of eating healthy.