Carly Deeter

Carly has not updated the personal profile information on this page. Please contact Carly and make this suggestion!

Have you updated your profile?

Become part of the NSTA professional learning community, sharing digital resources, ideas, and classroom strategies, and connect and learn about those with whom you are collaborating!

Updating your profile is easy to do and allows others to learn more about you as part of the NSTA community, just click the "My Profile" link located at top of this page and begin entering your information. This professional profile space serves as the destination where you can find your NSTA certificates, NSTA conference transcripts, online activity log, total activity points, and the NSTA badges that you have earned for your online work. We encourage you to add your photo or image and to update your "Notification Preferences" for community forums discussions.

Recent Posts by Carly

Mon Oct 19, 2015 10:52 AM in Pumpkin Life Cycle
A lesson on the pumpkin life cycle is such a great idea! This is festive too. The children will enjoy this project and it can continue all throughout the fall.  Start the unit off with a lesson on seeds and plants. They students can plant their seed and draw a picture of it the first day.  Throughout the pumpkin's life cycle, the students can document the changes by drawing pictures of the plant, ...

Mon Oct 19, 2015 10:37 AM in How to Get Students to Look At the Night Sky
It's hard to show urban kids the night sky when the city lights are clouding the stars. Some of these kids may have never seen the stars before due to this reason.  Showing them pictures of the sky is a great way around this.  I still think students should have the opportunity to enjoy the night sky. Do some research in your area to see if there are any observatories nearby that your class could t...

Wed Oct 14, 2015 11:06 AM in Fishing for Needy Families
Wow! Reading what this man has done for the youth in these underprivileged areas is truly amazing. The quote "give a man a fish and you feed him for a day, teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime" came to my mind when I was reading this. This educator changed the lives of these kids. Being a swimmer and a lifeguard, learning how to swim is an important life skill everyone should know...





Recent Reviews by Carly


Sat Oct 17, 2015 1:51 PM
5 Bee Wild About this Article
This article explains a study completed by an elementary science class studying the importance of bees in pollination. The lesson includes literacy, the arts and science. A teacher can follow the general course of events this class took during this lesson and also make it their own by doing research to find out what bees are native to the area. Videos on bees are available online or students can observe bees in the wild. Multiple standards are connected to this lesson.


Sat Oct 17, 2015 1:34 PM
4 Interactive Science Unit Resource
This journal article provides a foundation of facts for teachers who would like to start a lesson on the beneficial relationship between plants and insects. Included in this article are also additional resources on honeybees, butterflies and ladybugs. This article also highlights how the National Science Education Standards are connected to this lesson in the life cycles of these organisms. This article would be a useful starting point for a unit on pollinators.






Recent Public Collections by Carly


Pollinator Garden

11 Resources

Resources for my 10 day unit on Pollinators.



http://www.fws.gov/pollinators/
Type: User uploaded resource



http://nwf.org/Pollinators/Pollinator-Decline.aspx
Type: User uploaded resource