Natalie LoBianco

Hello! My name is Natalie LoBianco. I am a pre-service teacher at the University of Northern Iowa, majoring in elementary education. I am from Dubuque, Iowa, where I live with my mom, dad, and twin sister, Maria. On campus, I am involved in Women's Chorus, Dance Marathon, and Kappa Delta Pi Educational Honor Society. At home, I work as an educator at the National Mississippi River Museum and Aquarium and perform with Rising Star Theatre Company. Some of my other hobbies include tennis, photography, cheering on the Green Bay Packers, traveling to see musical productions, and spending time with friends and family. I am a strong advocate of inclusivity in the classroom, and am a certified “Strategies for Success” participant for English Language Learners, Green Zone ally for members of the military, and Safe Zone ally for members of the LGBTQ community. After graduation, I hope to teach in a middle elementary grade level classroom in the Midwest, preferably close to home!

Location

IA

Affiliation

University of Northern Iowa, Kappa Delta Pi Educational Honor Society

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Recent Posts by Natalie

Thu Dec 13, 2018 2:48 PM in Including Technology in Science Classroom
Hello Abigail! My name is Natalie LoBianco, and I am a pre-service teacher at the University of Northern Iowa. I have had wonderful opportunities to explore and create various forms of technology in a number of my courses at UNI that I can incorporate into my teaching. Specifically, in my Teaching Elementary School Science course this semester, we have used iPads almost every class period to gath...

Thu Dec 13, 2018 3:13 AM in Co- Teaching
Hello Brennen! My name is Natalie LoBianco and, like Kyle, am a pre-service teacher at the University of Northern Iowa. Similar to you, I was a little skeptical about co-teaching, thinking it would be like group projects in college: hard to manage at times, and leaves me questioning if it would be more beneficial if I could do an excellent job completing it on my own. My perspective has changed, ...

Wed Nov 07, 2018 9:37 AM in Introducing Science to Pre-k
I am also a University of Northern Iowa student and am actually in the same science class as Katlyn Alexander. I completely agree with my peers' suggestions on developing science centers for your students. After reading about the work of Dr. Beth Van Meeteren, one of the lead individuals in research of Early Childhood STEM Development in the nation and fortunately a professor here at UNI, and exp...





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Teaching Teachers: The Scientist Showcase
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Methods and Strategies: Teaching the Nature of Science to Elementary Students
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