Ashley Castillo

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Recent Posts by Ashley

Sat Apr 22, 2017 5:28 PM in Safety Rules
I would always make my students and their parents sign a safety contract. With doing so you will be sure the students are aware of the rules set in class and the expectations you have for them. I think a few big safety rules, especially in an Elementary setting, is to always listen to the instructor, remain seated until told otherwise, and always walk in the classroom. Running in a science lab is ...

Sat Apr 22, 2017 5:20 PM in Class Pet
When selecting a class pet you need to take into account that some students may have allergies. I only say this because I actually have a ton of allergies myself. But I remember classes where we had our own butterfly garden and that was really cool. I also think a Axolotl might be really cool. It's a type of salamander and because it is so different it will give students an opportunity to learn ...

Recent Public Collections by Ashley

Marine Biology

6 Resources

This collection is about marine life and oceanography. I would like to bring awareness to the ocean life and have people understand that everything we do affects the animals living under seas.

New Species Found!
Type: Journal Article

Coral Reef Ecosystems: Ecosystems in Crisis
Type: Science Object