Kiana Jensen

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Recent Posts by Kiana

Sun Nov 13, 2016 8:26 PM in Science For Early Childhood
My professor did an activity with us and Oobleck. He used the Dr. Seuss book to get us engaged and then had Oobleck for us to explore with. We all got to touch it and make guesses about what it was and what form of matter it was. Anything hands on gets kids engaged and keeps them interested!

Sun Nov 13, 2016 8:23 PM in Introducing Science
I'm student teaching while taking classes for my senior year in college as well! In my methods class, our professor does 5E lessons with us to allow us to see how they're formatted while also letting us do hands on activities that we could use with out future students. Definitely getting them involved and letting them explore is key. What I noticed with the science lesson I just taught was that ha...

Sun Nov 13, 2016 8:19 PM in Science Notebooks
We use these in my college courses as well. I like that it keeps me organized and it keeps everything for each class in it's own notebook. I can always go back and reference what I've done and learned in class. Where I student teach, they use interactive notebooks as well and I think allowing the students to organize it in a way that makes sense to them is important. We aren't very strict on wh...