Taylor Griffith

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Recent Posts by Taylor

Sun Sep 13, 2015 1:36 PM in Resources for early Elementary STEM lessons
Hi! I am a current college student working towards my masters in elementary education with an endorsement of STEM. I am interested in teaching the younger grade levels such as pre-k, kindergarten, first, and second. It seems that throughout my course work, finding great STEM lessons really begins at 3rd grade. Do you have any great resources or ideas for STEM lessons in the younger grades?

Sun Sep 13, 2015 1:29 PM in kids think I hate them?!?!
Maybe the students feel unacknowledged or looked over. I can remember back to when I was a student and when teachers didn't take time to acknowledge me it often felt like they just didn't like me or didn't care about my learning. I think it would be a different situation if the students told their parents they hate you. Maybe try including positive feedback during your instruction.