Jessica Payton

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Recent Posts by Jessica

Fri Dec 08, 2017 8:13 PM in Getting girls involved in Science
Hi Amber, I really love that you posted about the lack of interest in science in girls. I too can relate to this because I always found science kind of annoying and boring. I am taking teaching Elementary Science at Florida International University. While I can't lie and say that science has become my favorite subject, I can definitely say that my professor has made a three hour class enjoyabl...

Fri Dec 08, 2017 8:06 PM in FACTS: Formative Assessment Classroom Techniques - Let's Share!
Hello Carolyn, Card sorts is a really interesting idea that supports multi intelligence and sensory learners! I would like to used this for more complex content areas such as science or math in the elementary environment. I could have my science students categorize card sorts into two piles. One of good safety rules and one of bad safety rules. I love the idea of assessments that reflect studen...





Recent Reviews by Jessica


Sat Dec 09, 2017 9:04 PM
5 Collection Review
I thought this collection was great. I feel it really targets student questions and misconceptions about how humans can and do change the environment. I like how these articles hold humans accountable for the global change and specify on the human activities that contribute to climate change. My favorite article was the human-caused environmental change. It really goes into detail about the different plants and evolution of them.


Sat Dec 09, 2017 9:04 PM
5 Collection Review
I thought this collection was great. I feel it really targets student questions and misconceptions about how humans can and do change the environment. I like how these articles hold humans accountable for the global change and specify on the human activities that contribute to climate change. My favorite article was the human-caused environmental change. It really goes into detail about the different plants and evolution of them.






Recent Public Collections by Jessica


Humans Can Change the Enviornment

6 Resources

It's interesting to note that modern humans have been around for a very long time and lived for much of it without causing much irreparable damage to the environment. However, over exploitation and pollution have started affecting the environment negatively over the last few centuries.



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