Doris Padilla

Hi! My name is Doris Padilla. I am 24 years old studying to become a special education teacher. I love to shop,cook, watch TV, and read.

Location

MI

Affiliation

Florida International University

Recent Posts by Doris

Sat Apr 21, 2012 7:24 PM in Creating a Environment Promotes Informal Science Learning
I am a student at UMBC and we have been discussing ways to incorporate science into a students environment in informal ways. Some things my class and I were able to come up with was: Play music about science Have plants growing in your classroom Place poster on the walls that ask scientific questions Science books or magizines offered in the classroom library Set up a science center that chan...

Sat Apr 21, 2012 7:10 PM in Technology in your science lessons
When I recently attended the NSTA conference in New Orleans I was struck by how much technology many classrooms were using. I teach in a very rural area and they don't have access to computers in their homes or a nearby library. School is the only access to technology for many of my students. What are ways you are addressing this in your elementary classrooms? I have four computers, a smartboard, ...

Sat Apr 21, 2012 7:00 PM in Writing in Science
Writing in Science is a huge statement. What do mean when we talk about writing in science? How about we try to identify all the different types of writing we can do in science? Then maybe we can talk in more details about some of the specific pieces. Some of the types are writing questions, writing predictions. What else? Once we come up with a list we do some more in depth work and figure out...





Recent Reviews by Doris


Sat Apr 21, 2012 11:57 PM
5 Very nice!
I think you collection is very nice and interesting. It includes everything from the world. These resources are every nice because it helps teachers and student better understand the world we live in. As future teacher, I plan on using these resources to better understand topics such as: planets, weathers, plants, ecosystems.


Sat Apr 21, 2012 11:44 PM
5 excellent collection!!
I believe your collection was great! Especially since health is extremely important to everyone especially our children. As teachers, we should make sure that we are incorporating nutrition into our curriculum. Students can learn a lot about nutrition through science. It will keep them engaged especially since eating is part of their lives. Your resources are very helpful in letting teachers understand all these important factors.


Sat Apr 21, 2012 11:27 PM
5 Great Collection!
Your collection was very creative and informative. I think it’s important and true what you mentioned that in our schools, teachers don’t go too much into depth about the sun. Some students don’t even know that the sun is a star. These resources are very informative for teachers that are considering teaching more about the sun. I really enjoyed the article on trade books as well. Overall, your collection was one of the most interesting!






Recent Public Collections by Doris


Science and Inquiry

6 Resources



http://www.exploratorium.edu/IFI/resources/classroom/inquiry based.html
Type: User uploaded resource



http://www.brynmawr.edu/biology/franklin/InquiryBasedScience.html
Type: User uploaded resource





http://valdostadailytimes.com/local/x657346356/Teachers-learn-how-to-incorporate-science-into-other-
Type: User uploaded resource



Teaming Up for Science and Reading Success
Type: Journal Article
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http://www.nsta.org/publications/news/story.aspx?id=51706
Type: User uploaded resource



http://old.post-gazette.com/regionstate/20000808disable5.asp
Type: User uploaded resource