Danielle Hardin

Hello my name is Danielle! I am currently in my junior year in the Early Childhood Program at Wright State University. I have eight brothers and sisters, all of which are younger. I am a youth leader at my church, which is where I donate majority of my extra time. I can not wait to become a teacher.

Recent Posts by Danielle

Thu Dec 01, 2016 3:08 PM in Engineerin units for Kindergarten
I just completed a lesson in a first grade classroom with them building ramps. They loved it! Throughout the lesson we called them engineers. They were so very proud of the ramps they used. We supplied the supplies and set guidelines. We expected them to build one to see how fast they could get their car to go and then figure out how to stop the car before it hit the bottom of the ramp. For Kinder...

Thu Dec 01, 2016 3:04 PM in Hints for Behavior Management in Science
There are so many different views on behavior management inside a classroom in general. I believe that it is important to maintain consistence when it comes to behavior management. At the beginning of your lesson, it is important to state the expectations. Allow students to come up with the expectations, help guide them if there are things you want as expectations throughout that they are not comi...

Thu Dec 01, 2016 2:59 PM in Tips and Tricks
I am really looking forward to teaching science in my future placement. I love science in general. However, at first I did not know how well the students would enjoy science. I recall, in school disliking science because there was not a lot of hands on activities. We watched a lot of Bill Nye the Science Guy. Now through my course, I have learned how to make science engaging for students. Students...

Recent Reviews by Danielle

Thu Dec 01, 2016 3:25 PM
4 Creating a Schoolyard Mini-Garden
This article right away stated how many teachers hesitate to undertake a project that seems too ambitious. It goes into detail on how easy it can be to start a schoolyard garden. It does a great job at connecting the garden to the National Science Education Standards. I have seen the benefits of gardens in schools, therefore I really agree with this article.

Thu Dec 01, 2016 3:14 PM
4 Plate Tectonics
This Sci Pack was really interesting! It did a great job at explaining the information and presenting the information in a way that can be learned.It was a lot of information and I recommend that you do this over a few days and not in one sitting. I also had issues with my browser not being the correct size, I had to use a different computer. That portion is really important, therefore, if yours is not working try another computer. That information is vital for successfully learning and passing this Sci Pack.