Cynthia Lund

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Idaho State University

Recent Posts by Cynthia

Mon Feb 27, 2012 10:58 PM in Why Must We Mentor New Teachers?
As a pre-service teacher I think that it is absolutely essential that new teachers have some sort of a mentor. The guidance that I have received from my mentors has been invaluable and I hope that when I am placed as a teacher that this will not change. Why would I try to reinvent the wheel when I can benefit from the years of experience that another teacher could provide for me? I understand tha...

Thu Feb 02, 2012 12:12 PM in K-1: Out of my comfort zone
Hello everyone, I am a pre-service teacher at Idaho State University. This year I am in a Science Methods class that requires me to teach lessons to students that are in kindergarten and first grade. I am excited but VERY nervous. You see, my target age is middle school and I have very little experience with students younger than third grade. I am nervous not only because of my inexperienc...





Recent Reviews by Cynthia


Tue Feb 07, 2012 12:50 AM
4 Wonderful information
This SciPack really helped refresh my memory as well as clear up some misconceptions of my own. This was definatly a great resource to help me prepare for teaching the water cycle.


Thu Feb 02, 2012 12:02 PM
4 Great information
I really liked the ideas that this article gives for helping students understand the amount of water they use and potentially waste on a daily basis. However, the one drawback to the article is this: The article kept referring to the attached poster for the student activity. This poster is not a part of the link. The article got me excited to use this poster, but didn’t allow me to view it.






Recent Public Collections by Cynthia


Focus on Earth

5 Resources



Earth's Changing Surface
Type: SciPack
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Solar System: The Earth in Space
Type: Science Object
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Owls

7 Resources



The Early Years: What Sort of Feather?
Type: Journal Article
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Editor’s Note: Approaching Adaptation
Type: Journal Article
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Wind and its Energy

11 Resources



Cape Wind: A Public Policy Debate for the Physical Sciences
Type: Journal Article
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Spring Into Energy
Type: Journal Article
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