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Recent Posts by Azo

Mon Sep 08, 2014 9:28 PM in Tardies are an issue …
My middle school and high school had students transitioning outside as well, and in addition, we too had a policy in my school that we called a "hall sweep." The hall sweep would happen just about every week and the students would never know when it would happen. Most of the time, we would have a "hall sweep" before 1st period or right after lunch due to students lingering the most in the hall dur...

Mon Sep 08, 2014 7:01 PM in Centers/Workstations in the science classroom!
I am also trying to find centers/workstations to use in science, and have found quite a lot of ideas through Pinterest. You might want to check out this website. There are TONS of resources and you can also get links to teacherspayteachers.com that may help too!

Mon Sep 08, 2014 6:58 PM in Books Recommended by Science Teachers
Thank you so much! I have been very curious in finding resources!





Recent Public Collections by Azo


NSTA Webinar Collection 10/21/13

5 Resources

This collection was made from the webinar that I attended on October 21, 2014



Universe: How We Know What We Know
Type: Science Object
Grade: Elementary School, Middle School, High School


Universe: The Sun as a Star
Type: Science Object
Grade: Elementary School, Middle School, High School




Cells and Chemical Reactions: Basics of Metabolism
Type: Science Object
Grade: Elementary School, Middle School, High School


Coral Reef Ecosystems: The Living Reef
Type: Science Object
Grade: Elementary School, Middle School, High School