Hannah Lehman

Hi, my name is Hannah Lehman. I am studying to be an EC-6 teacher at the University of Texas at Tyler. I want to be a teacher to help influence student's lives and to help shape their future. I am really hoping to teach in special education later on in my career.

Recent Posts by Hannah

Mon Feb 10, 2020 5:36 PM in How do you make it fun?
Yes, science can be fun at times, but how do you make the boring parts fun? What tips and tricks do you have for a new teacher to engage students and make it fun? 





Recent Reviews by Hannah


Mon Apr 13, 2020 8:32 PM
5 Got Energy
I liked this article because it did a great job breaking down the information, and it shows you many ways to teach energy, and it also provides you with lesson plans and charts to use to engage your students. I learned that energy is a fun lesson for the students to learn about and that they can take what they learn in these lessons about energy and watch it happen in their everyday lives. I really liked the TEK 3.3 and 3.5 for this lesson, because it allows your students to discover and build on their prior knowledge. I agree with what is written in this article and I liked how it gave you some higher thinking questions to ask your students to get them thinking. I think that it did a great job of giving material that you can actually use in your everyday classroom.


Mon Apr 13, 2020 8:16 PM
5 A week for Space
I really liked this article and how it had everything laid out for you to be able to teach about this material for a week. I liked how it showed you different activities to do with your students, but it also gave you different age groups to do the activities with. I learned through this assessment how you can extend your lesson in fun ways. They had interactive journals and they showed you how to make them new and interesting throughout the week, and it also showed you how you can have an extended spacewalk so you can extend your lesson in a fun way. I think that the TEKS 3.7 and 3.8 would go great with this lesson and work well with this age group. I agree with all the different ideas and how this lesson should be taught for a week because there is so much information about space that you can talk about and walk your students through.


Mon Apr 13, 2020 8:05 PM
4 Assessment for All
I liked this article because it broke down how to asses your students and how to get to your students to communicate their ideas and their understanding of a material. I learned that we need to change the probes to help students learn better, and we can also add things to the probes to help students better understand the material. I think this goes great with TEK 3.3 A because it shows you how to analyze and evaluate your students. I think this article helped remind me that each student comes in with a different diverse background, and each student knows something a little bit different than the next. I think this article helped me see different ways of approaching teaching different topics to different students.






Recent Public Collections by Hannah


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Properties of Objects and Materials
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Life Cycles and Inherited Traits
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Assessing Students’ Ideas About Plants
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The Early Years: Collards and Caterpillars
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Earth and Space

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External Resource: Astronomy: Our Place in Space
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External Resource: Space Math @ NASA: General Science
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