Paige Kayvan

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Recent Posts by Paige

Thu Apr 11, 2019 10:14 PM in First Day of School Science Activities
Hi Lauren! I am currently a student studying Elementary Education at the University of Northern Iowa. I am enrolled in a science methods course right now, and we just did an activity that is used alot when dealing with science on the first day of school or the first day you do science. This acitvity adresses the major points in science: claim, evidence, and reasoning. Our teacher read and gave...

Thu Apr 11, 2019 9:59 PM in Science Trips
Hey Farah!  I am currently studying Elementary Education at the University of Northern Iowa. I think field trips are a great and fun learning opportunity for students. There are so many different types of field trips you can take with your students. I think it depends on what standards and unit you are focusing on to make a choice of a field trip location. I think some general great options wo...

Thu Apr 11, 2019 8:50 PM in STEM in my classroom
Hey Nicole! I too am a student at the University of Northern Iowa, and am in a science methods course. We just had a guest speaker come and talk to us all about STEM. She talked to us alot about letting our students play, even in the higher grades. This allows them to experiment and learn things on their own. We also got to explore and play in a classroom full of centers, like you stated in your ...