Rebecca Murray

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Recent Posts by Rebecca

Mon Dec 03, 2018 7:04 PM in Approaching Misconceptions
Hi Annika! I am a current student at the University of Northern Iowa. I am taking Science Methods currently and we have been working on misconceptions a lot. We are working on writing a unit plan and we have been talking a lot about misconceptions kids might have with our topics. We need to show the students misconceptions to clear there thinking. We can allow our students to share their thin...

Mon Dec 03, 2018 7:00 PM in Combining Science with Social Studies?
Brianna,   I am a current student at the University of Northern Iowa in my Science Methods course. I love the idea with integrating social studies and science. I think there are a lot of great ideas you could do. One thing that has really helped me figure out integrating Social Studies into Science is the common core standards. They provide you with ideas you can use. A lot of social studie...

Mon Nov 05, 2018 8:57 PM in Introducing Science to Pre-k
Hi Corina! I am currently a student at the University of Northern Iowa. I agree with having a center for science, this would be a great idea for Pre-K. This could give students the opportunity to explore their knowledge with science and have a hands on opportunity. We have a center here at UNI called the Regents Center, this is a great place to allow students to explore their thinking. I think wh...