Emily Crider

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Recent Reviews by Emily


Sun Jun 22, 2014 5:54 PM
5 Great Resource for Teaching Science
One key point that drew my interest of this particular book was that it was created with the intent of helping teachers teach more effectively by starting with students' ideas and adapting instruction to support conceptual change. The material provided in this book is targeted for students in grades K-2. The content is divided into three sections: Life science, Physical science, and Earth science. Each probe is followed by a section called Teacher Notes which gives ample information on how to deliver the probe, suggestions for assessment, other related information, as well as additional resources that can be used in addition to the probe. Overall, I feel this is a great purchase for any beginning or experienced teacher looking for some new ideas for teaching science in the primary classroom.