Danielle Pinto

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Recent Posts by Danielle

Mon Apr 16, 2018 1:03 AM in The Importance of a Classroom Safety Contract
Safety should always be discussed before a science lesson, I think that it refreshes students' minds of their expectations and holds them accountable for their actions and behavior during science lessons. I came across these simple safety contracts for elementary, middle and high school. I will attach them below! I also think what Angelica said could be fun. You could maybe even turn science safet...

Mon Apr 16, 2018 12:53 AM in Professional Development Opportunities
Hi all!  I'm currently a 1st semester student teacher learning the ropes about what all teaching entails. One of the things that is constantly mentioned in professional development. I understand that part of having a growth mindset is always remembering that there is room to grow and learn at every point in your life and I would really like to hear about some of the professional development opp...

Mon Apr 16, 2018 12:44 AM in Teaching Science Vocabulary
Hi Danielle! When reading up on it, I found a resource that seems like it might be pretty helpful for introducing new vocabulary, especially for ELL students! The source talks about using multisensory strategies in order to help increase understanding of new science vocabulary. I think incorporating all 5 senses when teaching any subject is important, but especially in science! I think this res...