Melice Stuckey

Hello Everyone, I am currently a 3rd grade public school teacher. I love what I do and I am excited to learn more ways to educate my students through science. My students love science and enjoy completing experiments. I have worked in education for 6 years and as I have served in classrooms from Pre K to 5th grade. I began my career in special education but I enjoy general education more because I get to work with more of a variety of students. Teaching has renewed my soul and allowed me to be more supportive to the needs of my students. I am a die hard Steelers fan and wife and mother of 5, not to mention a grandmother of 2. I wish everyone luck in the class and with the Science Programs.

Location

GA

Affiliation

Brenau University



Recent Reviews by Melice


Wed Nov 29, 2017 11:54 PM
5 Great way to provide students with stem exposure
This article focuses on the statistically significant gain in science process skills that stem can bring, science concepts, and science-content knowledge by general education students in the experimental group when compared with students in the comparison group. This article shows that simple teacher participation in the STEM program can have statistically significant impact on students' variability in posttest scores. I found the article very stimulating and Informative because it makes really specific points about the progress that the students made simply by being exposed to stem interventions in place at the school. I personally would adapt this program to meet the needs at my school so that we could have more exploration activities outside to just observe the science all around us. My students love to complete science experiments and they are always amazed at how the earth is changing. This way of introducing stem is good because they could gain alot from the program.






Recent Public Collections by Melice




Rocks as Windows into the Past: Taking the idea of rocks as stories and developing a rock investigation
Type: Journal Article
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The Early Years: Animal Adventures
Type: Journal Article
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