Hannah Clark

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Recent Posts by Hannah

Tue Apr 16, 2019 2:26 PM in Questions for a first year teacher
Hi Amanda,  Doing hands-on interactive activities can create some classroom management issues. You have to understand that they may get excited and loud at time. In the classroom I am in, we have a 5-point sound scale that lights up. If I feel it is too loud, I tap on the light and notify the students that while I love all the collaboration going on, we need to bring down our voices to a 2-3 l...

Tue Apr 16, 2019 2:16 PM in Recycling ideas to implement in the classroom
Hi Lucia,  I love that you are wanting to get recycling into your classroom. I am sorry to hear that the school is not a big supporter of recycling. Is there a reason for this or is it not talked about a lot? I know now I see a lot of classrooms have their recycle bins and the cafeteria does too but I don't think it really teaches students about recycling. I think a great way for you to integr...

Tue Apr 16, 2019 1:48 PM in STEM in my classroom
Hi Nicole! I am an elementary and special education student at the University of Northern Iowa. Last week we had a guest speaker come and talk to us about STEM and play in the classroom. Before this speaker came, I did not know a lot about STEM and hadn't seen a lot of it integrated into the classroom. Having centers, specifically STEM related, helps students to be creative and opens their minds ...