Harlie Mudie

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Recent Posts by Harlie

Tue Oct 23, 2018 9:55 AM in Magnets
Hello Pamuela! I am teaching this lesson to 2nd grade! I would love to hear your ideas!

Tue Oct 16, 2018 1:28 PM in Magnets
My lesson is going to be about magnetic objects. The students will get the chance to explore in a tub of sand and with their magnets to see what is and what is not magnetic. There will be different objects in the sand tub (metal spoon, paper clip, nails, foil, popsicle stick, etc.) and the students are to explore with their magnets and identify what objects are and what are not magnets. Then the ...

Mon Sep 03, 2018 6:58 PM in STEM in my classroom
I always knew what STEM stood for (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics), but I was not quite sure of how it was or could be implemented into a classroom. Once I gave STEM more attention, I realized we use this a lot more than we think we do. For one, we use technology a lot in the classroom that I am student teaching in and I plan to do the same in my future classroom. The students a...