Madison Rost

My name is Madison Rost, I am a senior at the University of Northern Iowa majoring in Elementary Education and hopefully getting a minor in Literacy or Math. In the future going to work towards getting a coaching endorsement so I am able to coach different sports. I am from Spencer, Iowa and I live with my parents and younger sister. I am a Panther but I was born into being a Iowa Hawkeyes fan and always will be. I enjoy the outdoors and being very active and I love food.

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Recent Posts by Madison

Mon Nov 12, 2018 10:49 PM in Keeping Students Engaged
Hello my name is Madison Rost, I am a student at the University of Northern Iowa. I am in a science methods course right now and we have discussed some way in order to keep students engages, I know children love experiment and hands on activities something they are able to do and to show off what they know and have learned. We went downstairs of our buidling and we were able to work with some han...

Tue Nov 06, 2018 11:35 AM in Hands on Learning
Hello I attend the University of Northern Iowa and ways that I like to incorporate hand-on activities is to try experiements with students. In my level 3 experience we did an experiement with hurricanes and earthquakes and whose building would have a safe and secure structure to it. I worked with 2nd graders at the time and they loved this activity. They were able to work in groups and they had t...

Tue Nov 06, 2018 10:12 AM in Gardening at school with young children
I think that either would work as well, and starting them young with learning about plants and what its like to start a garden would be fun for them to experience. I feel that maybe waiting till things get adjusted and situated would be good for the preschoolers as well, that way they are comfortable and feel like they belong. With a unit I am doing in my science class I think that the group I am...





Recent Reviews by Madison


Tue Dec 04, 2018 1:25 PM
5 Heredity and Variation
The Science Object one familiar observation is that offspring are very much like their parents but still show some variation— differing somewhat from their parents and from one another. I feel this topic is really interesting to talk about and to know. I like the idea of using data representing patterns of inheritance to support the idea that some observable traits, to see what students understand and know. I likes this article I feel it is good for students to learn and understand the different traits and where they came from and wanting to know all the information about their heredity.


Tue Dec 04, 2018 1:10 PM
4 Food Safety For You
The Science Objects are good for teachers to understand and to benefit from the content that is being taught. It is good to talk about the food borne illness and the food safety among our students and understanding the history. I've learned a lot about work and what it takes to keep food safe and the rules and regulations to have when it comes to washing our hands everyday before dealing with food and wearing gloves when food is benign delivered to the students and all the step to go through to make sure they are getting the proper food and treatment of the food. Another thing is when cooking chicken in the oven and how high the temperature has to be and for howl long the chicken needs to cook is another idea to look outdoor when cooking foods. Cooking food at high enough temperatures for proper lengths of time, and keeping the temperature of food sufficiently low at all times when it is not being prepared or consumed.