Rebekah Tetzloff

My name is Rebekah Tetzloff. I am currently a student at Kent State University. I am studying integrated science with a concentration in Earth Science. I start my student teaching this year so I am very excited but also nervous. I am with a cooperating teacher that has a physical science, physics, and earth and space class. So I'm excited to learn and gain new experiences. I also coach JV volleyball which I enjoy immensely!



Recent Posts by Rebekah

Thu Oct 31, 2019 10:19 AM in Classroom Setup
Hello,  For those of you who do not have a lab classroom I would like to know how you enjoy setting up your classroom? I like the idea of going against the traditional set up of all the desks/tables facing the front. So I would like to learn what worked best for some teachers and what did not and maybe explain why? Thank you for your suggestions and help! Bekah

Sat Oct 19, 2019 9:38 AM in Absent work
As I am doing my pre-service student teaching, I have begun to wonder what the best ways are to give students their missing homework and assignments. Some teachers like to have the students come up and ask for their assignments, some organize the missing work in folders, and some have fellow students organize the work for them. So I would like for ideas and suggestions for what worked and what di...

Sat Oct 19, 2019 9:34 AM in Class Room Organization
As I finish up my last year in college I have been having a lot of discussions with my fellow classmates on what would be the best way to keep an organized classroom. We talked a lot about class room folders or binders and different trays or shelves per class. I would love to here some suggestions or ideas teachers have been using, the ones they really like or ideas that didn't work and why? It w...

Recent Reviews by Rebekah

Tue Sep 10, 2019 2:30 PM
5 My review
The idea of traditional assessments is so hard for me and I always have wanted to find new ways to assess students rather than the traditional route of taking a test or giving a standard presentation. The idea of a talk show is so fun, and I can imagine the students would be very engaged. I do think that another form of assessment should be added to this to make sure the students fully understand the content. Maybe even having the students right a paper or outline of what they would like to discuss and better explain their thinking and understanding of the terms. I really like the idea of incorporating misconceptions into this activity and having a specific group watching and looking out for those as well as informing their fellow classmates on what misconceptions they may have. I definitely think it’s important for the students to have an evidence-based argument so maybe that could even be added to a paper they may have to write.