Nicole Lutes

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Recent Posts by Nicole

Wed Nov 28, 2018 10:37 PM in Making Science Education a Priority
My name is Nicole and I am a student at Wartburg College. I agree, it is important to address science in schools however, I think it should be more than just addressing the subject. How can we create a learning environment in schools that meet all the criteria for other subjects while incorporating a daily routine of science as well at a younger age?   Nicole Preservice teacher Wartbu...

Wed Nov 28, 2018 10:30 PM in STEAM Lessons
Hi Rachel! My name is Nicole and I am a pre service teacher at Wartburg College. I think the idea of this STEAM lab you have implemented in your school is amazing! In my Science Methods course we have paired with our nearby middle school to work with students in creating a STEAM projects. Throughout our time there, we have allowed students the freedom to create whatever they chose through the ...

Fri Oct 05, 2018 5:11 PM in Incorporating STEM in Kindergarten
Hi Alondra,   I am a pre service teacher learning all sorts of things about how to incorporate STEM in the classroom and I love how you are wanting to start incorporating this in the kindergarten classroom. It is such a great way for students to develop problem solving skills while getting to be engaged in hands on activities and learning. Here is a website that I found that has a bunch of ...