Alexis Rodriguez

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Recent Posts by Alexis

Tue Nov 29, 2016 12:35 PM in Science Notebooks for Kindergarten
I would create sentence stems and print them/cut them. This could help them with their thoughts and limit the amount of writing, but still get some practice.

Tue Nov 29, 2016 12:23 PM in Science Not Really a Subject
This happened to me as well. I would advise you to set a specific day and time out of the week to do science. For my class, fridays worked well after math tests. Integration could be another solution as well.

Tue Nov 29, 2016 12:19 PM in Engaging Students in Learning
I have found that giving these students a role in the lesson as a helper helps sometimes. The busier they are, the less time they have for disruptive behavior. Find out what his/her interests are and see if you can incorporate them into your lesson. I hope this helps!

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Formative Assessment Probes: Uncovering Students' Concept of Matter
Type: Journal Article

Science 101: What Does the Sun Send to the Earth?
Type: Journal Article