Kerrie Ellis

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Recent Posts by Kerrie

Thu Jun 30, 2011 3:58 PM in Sharing the Research & Best Practices in Science Teaching & Learning
Strategy 13: Include Students with Special Needs in Student Centered Instruction. Some research has claimed that students be homogenously grouped, based on their previous academic achievement. Some claim that students feel better about themselves as learners when they are separated from other students. Also, some claim that students’ abilities and potential to learn are visible through external be...

Thu Jun 30, 2011 1:59 PM in I found resources on food safety
I recently watched a NSTA Web Seminar, This was a terrific web seminar. There was so much information regarding food codes and the safety regulations with the FDA. There were activities that could be used within one's classroom as well.

Thu Jun 30, 2011 1:35 PM in Teaching About Science Careers in Kindergarten
I have found a lot of very interesting information and instructional tools on the STEM website. This website offers a variety off instructional ways to help with science in the classroom. This also encourages technology usage within the classroom. I think it is extremely important to guide our students to a future in scien...