Cristina Weber

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Recent Posts by Cristina

Thu Feb 15, 2018 2:28 PM in Science Phenomena
Kembela, I am so excited to hear that you are wanting to learn more about phenomena and using it in the classroom! I personally think that implementing phenomena into the science curriculum opens up a door to a whole new way of learning through science. Learning through discovery and wonder creates another level of engagement that students might not have reached yet in science. I highly recomme...

Thu Feb 01, 2018 3:09 PM in Inquiry-Based Learning in Elementary School
I firmly believe that inquiry based learning is the best way to teach/learn science. Starting by having your students ask questions about science or what they are working on creates an environment to explore more than just one avenue of science. Using just facts only allows students to discover that specific avenue of science. In my classroom, I will have my students start individually asking ques...