Laura Graham

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Recent Reviews by Laura


Tue Nov 08, 2016 1:08 PM
5 Teaching the Human Dimension of Science
This article is helpful when beginning a science unit. It is important to think about students and how they are going to process their thoughts about science and connect it in ways like being a scientist. The activity the article suggested for drawing scientists is great because it allows students to connect the career to themselves, saying if they are observing something and looking for answers they are being that type of scientist which will keep them engaged. It is a great article to refer to when thinking about starting a science unit and introducing the connections of science into your students lives.


Tue Nov 08, 2016 1:08 PM
5 Teaching the Human Dimension of Science
This article is helpful when beginning a science unit. It is important to think about students and how they are going to process their thoughts about science and connect it in ways like being a scientist. The activity the article suggested for drawing scientists is great because it allows students to connect the career to themselves, saying if they are observing something and looking for answers they are being that type of scientist which will keep them engaged. It is a great article to refer to when thinking about starting a science unit and introducing the connections of science into your students lives.