Amy Damiani

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Recent Posts by Amy

Fri Feb 06, 2015 12:01 PM in Informal Science In the Classroom?
I agree with you all about making connections. I feel throughout the day we need to weave information across all subjects and probe a thought processes and conversationsin a specific way to make connections.

Fri Feb 06, 2015 11:46 AM in Weather and Elementary
Thank you Adah for sharing your collection! And I love the thought of tying in animals with weather. Regarding clouds, we (Kindergarten) recently did a foldable booklet with 6 different tabs with various clouds. Within each tab the students named the cloud, described the cloud and created the cloud with cotton balls glued down.

Fri Feb 06, 2015 10:55 AM in Classroom management
All your input is amazing to read! I am a Kindergarten student teacher and can see how important classroom management is. I really appreciate all of the input, advice, links and personal stories you all shared. I agree with most of you that relationships and positive discipline is key. I want my students to WANT to make good choice...but they need to have established and clear rules understood...

Recent Public Collections by Amy


2 Resources

A collection of easy experiments

Sink or Float?
Type: User uploaded resource

Chemical Reactions: A World of Reactions
Type: Science Object

Life Cycles

3 Resources

A nice array of resources

Formative Assessment Probes: Does It Have a Life Cycle?
Type: Journal Article

Editor's Note: Life Cycles
Type: Journal Article