Marc Hampton

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Recent Posts by Marc

Sun Mar 31, 2019 3:30 PM in STEM in my classroom
I have really enjoyed reading all of the posts on this thread.  As a future teacher, I’m learning that STEM is not simply a curriculum, but a mindset that can be applied to all aspects of a child’s education.  Students are naturally curious and when given the tools and proper environment, they explore and learn.  I will be mindful to foster this environment in my classroom, no matter what subject...

Sat Mar 09, 2019 4:11 PM in Classroom Management Skills
I recently had a mid-life career change and am going back to school to be an Elementary teacher, but I think I have some past experience that may be relevant to your question.  One thing that I have learned in the corporate world (business folks are not really all that different from elementary school students) is to have distinct jobs for each student and then have them create a task list or to-...

Sat Mar 09, 2019 3:47 PM in Inquiry-based Activities For Light Lesson (5th Grade)
I am currently an undergrad student taking a Science For EC-6 methods course.  One of our assignments is to create an inquiry-based lesson plan for our grade level (fifth grade).  I am leaning towards a lesson focusing on light (specific standard is to demonstrate that light travels in a straight line until it strikes an object and is reflected or travels through one medium to another and is refr...





Recent Public Collections by Marc


ELED 4311 Scavenger Hunt

3 Resources

NSTA Articles used for Scavenger Hunt



The Early Years: Paths of Light
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Seeing the Light
Type: Journal Article
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