Ashley Lindemann

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Recent Posts by Ashley

Tue Feb 07, 2017 7:55 PM in STEM and Fairy Tales
I think this idea is very useful as well as it helps bring girls interest into science! We are taught to bring students in with access to what they enjoy and adding fairy tales to curriculum would be a great idea! I love it! STEM would benefit from this point of view so much! Great Idea!

Tue Feb 07, 2017 7:48 PM in First Day of School Science Activities
I feel this topic does not have a bright enough light shined on it. I never thought of doing a science activity on the first day! What a great way to start the year engaging and having fun. It would be way better than the first day coloring sheets they have the students do! I would work with starting to grow something and tying it into how the students minds will grow with science this year!

Tue Feb 07, 2017 7:46 PM in Gardening at school with young children
I would ask and add the upcoming class of students with involvement and sign up to come check the garden over the summer. I think that would be a great idea for the students to feel already a part of the next year and exciting to work with the older kids. I love the idea about using rubber worms before hand to get the students use to the concept of being gentle.

Recent Public Collections by Ashley

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Chemical Reactions: Rates of Chemical Reactions
Type: Science Object

Interdependence of Life: Organisms and Their Environments
Type: Science Object