Larosa Etienne

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Recent Posts by Larosa

Wed Apr 15, 2015 11:12 PM in Concept maps
All of this information was very useful because I am actually currently working on concept maps in my class. Side-walk chalk is a great tool to use for younger children! Overall, great ideas!

Wed Apr 15, 2015 11:10 PM in Teaching Science
It's always great to incorporate books in any lesson you do. You;ll find that they are very useful when connecting subjects.

Wed Apr 15, 2015 11:09 PM in Food Chains
In my science classroom, we an interactive game with the Food Chain where each student represented a different species of animal, and we went around eating one another. It was silly and crazy but very fun and interactive! Great for elem. school students.





Recent Reviews by Larosa


Wed Apr 22, 2015 12:28 PM
5 LaRosa's Review on Gabrielle's Water Cycle
Looking through Gabrielle's collection it was clear that she put things in the collection that was made to assist her in her "Water Cycle" lesson. I found the articles she chose to put in her collection to give great details about the Water Cycle and startegies for helping students connect everyday life to Science concepts. I enjoyed going through her collection to find useful information. One of the articles in her collection "The Home Zone: Water for Life talked about how it often seems to rain endlessly in spring. The article says that although rainy days are a nuisance, they are actually vitally important to all living things. I found the information about rain showers very interesting and useful. It stated that rain showers are part of the continuous movement of water between Earth’s surface and the atmosphere. The information gave me a lot of insight and tools I could use to teach other students. I enjoyed looking through Gabrielle's collection and reading through some journals. I think it was effective and very useful!






Recent Public Collections by Larosa


Happy Collection day!!

2 Resources

A collection for you!



Coral Reef Ecosystems: Interdependence
Type: Science Object
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Energy: Different Kinds of Energy
Type: Science Object
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LaRosa's Human Impacts on Ecosystem Collection

10 Resources

sustainability interdependence human impact



"Clued In" to Their Environment
Type: Journal Article
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Never Too Young for a Concept Map
Type: Journal Article
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