Dominique Lemanek

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Recent Posts by Dominique

Mon Apr 23, 2018 4:43 AM in How to Start Off as a Teacher
Hello, I am currently a third-year at the University of California, Berkeley and I want to get into teaching. I have applied to multiple teaching programs for my time after college, but I'm worried that I look too young to be taken seriously as a teacher. How did those of you who also started teaching at a younger age gain the respect of students who may not be much younger than you?  Thanks...

Mon Apr 23, 2018 4:39 AM in Student Teaching
Hello Stephen, I think that you should check out NetLogo, it's a multi-agent programmable modeling environment that allows students to explore both science and programming. I myself have explored it and found it a great way to help students visualize certain scenarios or what changes in a scenario might result in. Students can even make their own changes to one of the model's programming and ex...