Iris Par

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Recent Posts by Iris

Mon Dec 02, 2019 9:47 PM in Teaching about animal care
Hi i am a student in saint peters university studying to become a teacher. As a student, I have had one class pet. I know it is a affective way to teach students about animal care. However, will this work in a classroom now. There has to be a lot of considerations about it but it could help students know about what animals needs and what they do. Also what other kind of activity can help students...

Mon Dec 02, 2019 9:35 PM in Teaching about space
Hi I am a student in saint peter's university. I am studying to become a teacher and am having a hard time coming up with activities when it comes to helping students understan Space. One idea that could work would be creating space slime. However this would not help students learning. I would like to know any ideas that can help students learn about space but having fun at the same time. 

Mon Dec 02, 2019 9:30 PM in Teaching about Planets
Hi, I am a student in saint peters university. I am studying to become a teacher and I know it is very difficult to teach students about science at a young age. I wanted to ask if it is possible to teach students about science by planeting. I think a school garden can help students know about live, and growing things. However I would like to know if they can become a problem with certain students...