Yesenia Martinez

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Recent Posts by Yesenia

Tue Oct 14, 2014 10:19 PM in The Creation of the Universe & Religion in Classroom Science
Wow, thank you so much for sharing this! I don't want to say I am highly religious, but I do have faith in God and it is something I am not ashamed of. However, I know what this means in the teaching field if I were to say something I wasn't supposed to or anything like that. I have thought about the situation before, but since I haven't come across it as a student teacher, I haven't raised any aw...

Tue Oct 14, 2014 10:15 PM in Earth's Changes
Will you be doing the entire unit alone, as in teaching it by yourself? If so, that is pretty cool. I feel like I could probably teach better if I were more in control of a subject versus being throw around everywhere. Exciting unit!

Tue Oct 07, 2014 10:34 PM in Inquiry and Treat vs. Trick or Treat
Wow! What a webinar to miss! Thank you SO much for sharing your resources with everyone! This looks like something SUPER fun to do with the kids! Although you mentioned it might be for older kids, I can totally see myself using the Gobstoppers for elementary students! We are currently learning about gas, liquids, and solids and these candies would be a great example of a solid turning into a liqui...