Morgan Picolotti

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Recent Posts by Morgan

Thu May 02, 2019 2:27 PM in Social Media as a Teaching Tool
Hi Ryan, I am a student at the University of Northern Iowa currently taking my science methods course. I think your idea of integrating social media into your classroom is great! In some of my classes we have been encouraged to use social media in our classrooms. When I read your post about creating a youtube channel, I immediately thought about maybe allowing your students to create the youtu...

Thu May 02, 2019 2:12 PM in Integrating Science & Writing
Hi Carina, I am also a student from the University of Northern Iowa, taking my science methods course. We talked a lot of curricular integration throughout our semester. Your idea about having the students write a weather report is awesome! To further integrate writing and science, you could have your student journal about what they are doing in science. I also think you could have your studen...

Thu May 02, 2019 1:53 PM in STEM in my classroom
Hi Nicole, Like many others that have replied to this post, I am a student at University of Northern Iowa. In my science methods course, we had a guest speaker come in and talked to us about the importance of STEM in the younger grades. Students at that age, especially, are so curious about the world around them. Being able to carry out “investigations” will teach them in a way that's so much ...

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Research and Teaching: Transfer of Knowledge in Science Courses for Elementary Education Majors
Type: Journal Article

Two-Year Community: Cultivating the STEM Transfer Pathway and Capacity for Research: A Partnership Between a Community College and a 4-Year College
Type: Journal Article