Nancy Kaur Pak Singh

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Recent Posts by Nancy Kaur

Mon Oct 19, 2015 10:09 PM in Pinterest
Hi Maureen, I really liked what you said about having a mental checklist and ensuring that what we  find on the internet meets the syllabus requirement and the science theory behind it is valid. As aa pre service teacher, it did not occur to me to have a mental checklist and after reading your post, I realized that it must be a practice as a teacher not to take everything on the internet at face ...

Thu Oct 15, 2015 9:39 AM in Science at Home?
Personally, I think it is a great idea to send a small project back home for students to continue their observation at home or they may start the experiment at home with their parents helping and they will be able to share their observation in the classroom. That would definitely get parents more involved and help students to connect science to their surroundings. I came across a book that would b...

Thu Oct 08, 2015 2:21 PM in Great Professional Development Resource
Wow! thank you for sharing this link. It's amazing and very user friendly. I loved exploring it . With the bright colors which makes it really pop out of the screen would make the younger kids interested in watching compared to the you tube videos that I am depending on now. Thanks again for sharing.





Recent Reviews by Nancy Kaur


Mon Oct 19, 2015 10:44 PM
4 Interesting as an introduction
This chapter is interesting as it gives teachers tips on how to use the activity in the classroom. I liked it as I was researching some ideas on how to teach electric circuits and the ideas was interesting.


Thu Sep 24, 2015 10:39 AM
5 Interesting
I likes the article very much as it gave examples on how to begin the activity, where the kids first analyze the component of the greeting card and then they try and build their own. The also selected an item which they could relate to their environment and their daily lives which made it even more interesting.






Recent Public Collections by Nancy Kaur


Culturally Relevant Science Teaching

39 Resources

A collection of materials on culturally relevant science teaching. It would be an amazing resource for those who would be teaching science in a multicultural classroom.



Science and the City: Community Cultural and Natural Resources at the Core of a Place-Based, Science Teacher Preparation Program
Type: Journal Article
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Science Centers for All
Type: Journal Article
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SCIPACKS

23 Resources



Atomic Structure
Type: SciPack
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Cells and Chemical Reactions
Type: SciPack
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Explaining an electric circuit
Type: User uploaded resource



Electrical Circuits - Series and Parallel -For Kids
Type: User uploaded resource