Samantha Evans

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Recent Posts by Samantha

Tue Mar 06, 2018 8:03 AM in Teaching Science Creatively
Hi Shannon! Some school districts have stopped teaching science and putting an emphasize on learning science curriculum. Some people don't think it is important but I completely disagree. Students love science and learning about how the world works. I think it is important to work in some science every day to your curriculum even if it is a tidbit of information. There are a lot of ways to incorpo...

Mon Mar 05, 2018 8:02 AM in Helping Students Who "Just Don't Get It"
Hi Julia!! I am also a student teacher and I struggle with some of this with my students now. I was also a student who just didn't get it but my subject was math. We are learning in school that students shouldn't be doing worksheets but having student led activities. I really like how most of the responses you got were about high level inquiry lessons as well. That goes hand in hand to what we are...

Mon Mar 05, 2018 7:51 AM in 1st Day of school lab "Hook"
Wow! This is such an awesome idea for students. I love how they are working in groups and it seems like this would be engaging for students. I am always looking for ways to engage students and this could also be used as an engage or warm up to get students minds working. I am not in high school but I am a student teacher in 5th grade. This would be awesome to share with them as a fun activity. Doe...