Lauren Gray

I am a current student teacher at SDSU working at elementary schools in the Chula Vista Elementary School District. I am excited to be able to bring science to students who may not see it everyday! I hope to make science an important part of their lives!



Recent Posts by Lauren

Fri Dec 11, 2015 12:56 AM in Incorporating science with ALL ages
I was wondering this same question. I am hoping you can always make what the students are learning relevant to their lives, no matter their age.

Fri Dec 11, 2015 12:55 AM in Science Notebooks for Kindergarten
I have worked in first and second grade classrooms and I see the best way to do this is have preprinted graphic organizers for the students. The most important thing is you have the students relate what they observe to pictures instead of having them write complete sentences. This can be modeled early on and then scaffolded so the students can observe and draw on their own. I have seen success in ...

Fri Dec 11, 2015 12:53 AM in Science Not Really a Subject
I have experienced the same issue in classrooms I have been in! It seems that social studies and science are getting pushed aside for literacy and math. What are ways in which we can get these subjects back in the classroom?

Recent Public Collections by Lauren

Plate Tectonics

6 Resources

Exploring the Evolution of Plate Tectonics
Type: Journal Article

A Virtual Tour of Plate Tectonics
Type: Journal Article