Chemistry

Student Teaching for Honors Chemistry

Hello everyone! I am a senior at Kent State University and I will be starting my student teaching semester in January. I have been placed in an Honors Chemistry Class. The school is great and the students are very bright and eager to learn. I taught a section of a unit this semester on the periodic table and ionic bonding. While I did okay for my first time teaching, I definitely found out how difficult it is to differentiate my instruction for diverse learners. Next semester I am going to focus on using a combination of teaching methods in order to reach all of my students. If anyone has any ideas on how to help with this I would greatly appreciate the input!

Emily Martina
Emily Martina
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Hello Emily, I found a few articles that may answer some of your questions! Check out the links below: http://common.nsta.org/resource/default.aspx?id=10.2505%2f4%2ftst01_068_09_29 http://common.nsta.org/resource/default.aspx?id=10.2505%2f4%2ftst08_075_05_48 http://common.nsta.org/resource/default.aspx?id=10.2505%2f4%2ftst08_075_03_43 Let me know if these are helpful! Does anyone else have some suggestions to add? -Megan

Megan Doty
Megan Doty
8002 Activity Points

Hopefully you can use some of my original sketches and my podcast All This Science

 

http://allthisscience.blogspot.ca/2018/05/31-of-my-favourite-original-science.html

 

Marsh Carroll
Marsh Carroll
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