Stephanie Wendt

Hello! I am a fellow educator and science teacher. I have served on the Board of Directors for the Tennessee Science Teachers Association , and I have been teaching for 19 years. Most importantly, I love what I do! You have chosen a very rewarding profession, and I hope that I can help you develop a love for teaching science. So often good science lessons are left out of elementary curriculum, but they are often children's favorite lessons when taught properly. I look forward to getting to know each of you better this semester.




Tennessee Tech University

Recent Posts by Stephanie

Tue Mar 31, 2020 4:14 PM in Science journals
Berbara, you should acquaint yourself with Dinah Zike's Big Book of Science Foldables. I have seen her at the NSTA conferences. Here is a link to her website. You should look and see if you can purchase it through the NSTA bookstore with your membership discount.

Tue Mar 31, 2020 4:08 PM in Becoming a Teacher
Shaina, the start of the day can be hectic without a routine. I'm not sure what your current environment with children consists of, but I suggest you have a regular morning routine to start your day. Kids trickle in, unpack backpacks, sharpen pencils, bring you notes and money, etc. Depending on their age, this routine will look a little different. When I taught elementary school, we projected Da...

Tue Mar 31, 2020 3:53 PM in Teaching Nutrition
Ashley, in addition to the resources Flavio shared with you, there are some external resources available that you can find by doing a simple Google Search. Kids love interactive games on white boards, iPads, and laptops. Check out this link to a number of websites designed for young students and youth.

Recent Public Collections by Stephanie


2 Resources

Animals in Disguise
Type: Journal Article

Animal Detectives
Type: Journal Article

ISN F'19

1 Resources

Using Interactive Science Notebooks for Inquiry-Based Science
Type: Journal Article