Catherine JeanPaul

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Recent Posts by Catherine

Sat Apr 19, 2014 9:51 PM in Biomimicry
I feel as if most content in science can be modified to every age. However biomimicry is a complicated topic. I was exposed to the actual term of "biomimicry" for the first time in the science college course I am currently taking. I don't believe that this should have been the first time I heard of it. I believe biomimicry can be experimented with as earlier as middle school. Students are focusing...

Sat Apr 19, 2014 9:34 PM in Excited for Science!
Wanda, I think your comment on the teacher being "bored" is extremely accurate. If students feel that we aren't engaged and interested in what were teaching, there is no way that they could be. Not only can they sense if we are aren't bored, student commute that to it not being important. If you feel as if your science lessons are stagnant, quite, and has large amounts of writing and reading, y...

Sat Apr 19, 2014 9:25 PM in Composting
I think its great that students are being exposed to composting right in the classroom. It is an important way to recycle resources, something our future generations need to be well aware of. I think its important to consider what is going in the compost, and where it should be placed; Taking into consideration student allergies and seating charts. The students checking on it every "20 minutes" i...