Angela Ayala

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Recent Posts by Angela

Wed Apr 19, 2017 10:41 PM in kids think I hate them?!?!
Heather, I think that it can be common with teachers that are reserved. I remember working at a Boys & Girls Club and I was very reserved, and it was difficult to show emotion and that nurturing side of me. However, once I began to let loose and feel more comfortable the club members were all able to feel comfortable around me as well. I think that it is very important to make those connection...

Wed Apr 19, 2017 10:32 PM in Getting students more interested in science
This is a great idea for second graders!

Wed Apr 19, 2017 10:29 PM in 5-E Lesson Plan
An activity that I have seen to be really popular with the water cycle is the plastic ziplog bag with water in it and drawings of the watercylce in the outside. At the school I am student teaching in, I noticed that the science teachers taped the plastic bags near their classroom windows. Recently, in my science class we presented our 5E lessons and a classmate heated up the water to speed up the ...