Dapheney Martinez

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Recent Posts by Dapheney

Fri Mar 27, 2020 11:18 AM in Field Trips
i think that some of the best frield trips are taking students to a science museum, or the zoo, or even a butterfly conservatory. Somewhere where they get some type of hands on experience or get to make or play with something. Where they can actually DO science. 

Fri Mar 27, 2020 11:12 AM in Engagement during lesson
I am currently attending FIU, and something that the science professors really encourage us to do is to use a 5E Lesson Plan Format when teaching science. I have used this format when completing Field Experience hours and I find that it engages them from the start and keeps them engaged and interested throughout the whole lesson. 

Mon Dec 02, 2019 1:31 PM in clasrrom management
Hello! i will aslo be student teaching soon and when observing during my fieldwork hours this is always a concern a mine. I think going over the rules on a daily basis is very important. Also, making the students feel like they are actually scientist so explain to them that when scientist work in groups they can't get too loud because they need to hear each others thoughts and ideas and be able t...





Recent Reviews by Dapheney


Fri Mar 27, 2020 11:08 AM
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I really enjoyed this collection. I found it very helpful for both teachers and students. I liked that there were resources for teachers that provided information on how to effectively teach the water cycle. I also enjoyed that there were articles for students to read to clear any misconceptions and help them understand the concept.


Mon Dec 02, 2019 10:18 AM
5
The name of this collection is 5E Learning Cycle and the collection was put together by Kathy Sparrow. I found this collection to be very helpful because we focused a lot on the 5E’s in class and composing our own lessons using this model. The resources in this collection give great examples on how to do so, as well as a ton of examples. This collection also includes a lot of information from teachers in the field and I found this extremely helpful because we could read about their experiences and what did and did not work in the classroom.






Recent Public Collections by Dapheney




The Home Zone: Water for Life
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Round and Round the Water Cycle
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What's the Buzz? A classroom simulation teaches students about life in the hive
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Teaching through Trade: Life-Cycle Science
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