Tulia Mulibinge

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Recent Posts by Tulia

Sat Dec 15, 2018 12:19 AM in Science Classroom Environment
In my Methods of Elementary Science class we had a lecture on how to get students to be engaged and comfortable in the classroom. One of the main ways to get your students engaged and asking questions is to first get their attention with something fun, something that is of their interest. Gone are the days where students just sat in the classroom and listened to a lecture and then completed a bor...

Sat Dec 15, 2018 12:01 AM in Inquiry-Based Learning in Elementary School
I think it is very important to start students off with inquiry based learning. Even at the Kindergarten level students can use more teacher guidance for lessons but it is much better than the traditional style of learning. The traditional style of learning really limited how students  understood content. Inquiry based learning is taking a different approach that helps students look at learning a...

Fri Nov 09, 2018 12:51 AM in Hands on Learning
Hi Anita, I am a student at the University of Northern Iowa. As educators, we are responsible for encouraging curiosity, experimentation, and exploration in our students at this young age. Kids are naturally curious creatures and once you have peaked their curiosity, you have also turned on their observation skills, critical thinking skills, and experimenting skills. They naturally want to kno...