Lisa Malcom

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Recent Posts by Lisa

Tue Jan 17, 2012 4:16 PM in Writing in Science
I found an eBook called, Writing Strategies for Science, Grades 1-8 by Sarah Kartchner Clark and Stephanie Macceca. The book may be a useful resource for classroom teachers. By the way, one of the topics in the book was journal writing. Lisa Malcom

Tue Jan 17, 2012 4:00 PM in What is *meaningful* PD, in your opinion?
I just posted the following in another forum: I think this is where many teachers have "missed the mark." Science should be hands-on and relevant for our students. Textbook learning is not fun or memorable. We have to get our students interested in Science. Some of my most memorable experiences are the hands-on activities from high school and college. Why would it be any different for my stude...

Tue Jan 17, 2012 3:12 PM in Science and Special Education?
Hi Melinda, I think this is where many teachers have "missed the mark." Science should be hands-on and relevant for our students. Textbook learning is not fun or memorable. We have to get our students interested in Science. Some of my most memorable experiences are the hands-on activities from high school and college. Why would it be any different for my students? Lisa Malcom