Brandi Salinas

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Recent Posts by Brandi

Fri Sep 19, 2014 9:11 PM in Science Center
You will need to differentiate as much as possible. Look at this website and teachers pay teachers. There are lots of different resources online available. Also, look at your curriculum to see what you need to teach them. Incorporate a lot of hands on activities so they will remember them better.

Fri Sep 19, 2014 9:05 PM in We need more time to teach Science
Science is important. I am frustrated about how little science is incorporated in the classroom as well. As teachers we should try harder to incorporate it into kids curriculum.

Fri Sep 19, 2014 9:00 PM in Student Teaching
My suggestion is to talk to your cooperating teacher as much as possible. Ask a lot of questions. Make sure you stay on your game. The principal, assistant principal, counselor, and other teachers all notice. Join as many teaching websites as possible. Soak it all in!

Recent Public Collections by Brandi

Science Resources

40 Resources

How Does Undergraduate Research Experience Impact Career Trajectories and Level of Career Satisfaction: A Comparative Survey
Type: Journal Article

Editor’s Note: Force and Motion—Complex, Awesome, Relevant
Type: Journal Article