Jennifer Glass

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Recent Posts by Jennifer

Wed Feb 27, 2013 7:35 PM in How many students in your science class?
I am fortunate to have small classes- my smallest is 8, and largest is 22. It makes it great for labs and hands on activities! The only problem I have with the class of 8 is it is hard to generate class discussions since the group is quiet.

Wed Feb 13, 2013 2:32 PM in Reason for the Seasons, Moon Phases & Day/Night Cycle!
Thank you for these resources, we are about to teach a unit on the earth-sun-moon system including phases of the moon, tides and seasons. I was a bit unsure of the approach for seasons until I read these posts. Any suggestions for hands on activities or ways to approach tides?

Wed Feb 13, 2013 2:14 PM in Life on Other Planets
Hi there, We are covering the same thing and I struggled with what to do to help students. Someone posted on EMSS the following news article: I liked using the Mars Rover Curiosity site because it talked about the expedition's current search for signs of life on Mars. As well Discovery Education (united streaming) ...