Kennedy Clarke

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Recent Posts by Kennedy

Thu Apr 30, 2020 3:00 PM in Types of Listening
It is important that we listen to our students through these 4 types because they all will provide a positive learning environment for our students. By listening to students through appreciative listening, we are showing students that we appreciate what they are saying and we are listening for certain information. Listening to our students with comprehensive listening will help our students becau...

Recent Reviews by Kennedy

Fri May 01, 2020 12:00 AM
5 5E Lessons
The 5E lesson outline is a great planning tool to use because you begin with the end in mind, this allows you to create a lesson that matches the whole way through with what you want your students' outcomes to be. Each E of the 5 E's provides something different for the students. The 5E model is also created for students to have a lot of collaboration throughout the lesson. The 5E lesson can be used for a single lesson in science and it can also be used for a whole unit in science.

Thu Apr 30, 2020 11:39 PM
5 Phenomenon
Using phenomenon-based learning helps to motivate students and it allows students to explore while they learn through evidence-based explorations. Students can have more fun through a phenomenon-based class because they can ask their own questions. Then students will investigate their questions to find an answer. This will guide the teaching and learning.

Thu Apr 30, 2020 11:16 PM
5 Science Education
Science needs to be incorporated into all grade levels, and there are many ways to do that. Science is used to explain the natural world, to get students engaged in this you can use a phenomenon to start the lesson and get students engaged. We need to bring science back into all grades to show how important it is, but until then we can incorporate science into cross-curricular teaching.