Kennedy Carber

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Recent Posts by Kennedy

Fri Mar 30, 2018 3:30 PM in New Student Teacher
Natashia, I am a pre-service teacher and have experienced and heard a lot about the limited time science is getting in schools. This can be heart breaking for a teacher who thinks that science is so important, and for students who would love to learn how things work and experiment. However, you can include science into more parts of the day. For example, during literacy time you could read a bo...

Fri Mar 30, 2018 3:21 PM in Teaching Earth Science for the first time
I have been learning about different "icebreaker" activities to do with my future students through my education classes. One idea I remember learning about is to have all the students take out a blank piece of paper. Tell them NOT to write their name on it.Give the students a few questions to answer on their pieces of paper that are both science and non-science related. Questions such as; What is ...

Thu Mar 08, 2018 2:46 PM in Learning Science Concepts through Play
I agree that play is children's work! Play gives them a chance to experience trial and error. For example, if they are trying to build a course for a marble to go through, they will experiment to see which types of set ups allows the marble to continue moving. If the marble stops before reaching the end of the course the children will need to figure out what they can change about the course to kee...