Jessica Escorcia

Hi everyone, I am 21 years old. I was born and raised in Miami, Fl. My mother is from Cuba and my father is from Nicaragua. I'm also bilingual, I speak English and Spanish. Hola! I am an Early Childhood Education major. And I am currently the assistant director of after school care in a charter school in Miami Dade county.

Affiliation

FIU

Recent Posts by Jessica

Wed Oct 28, 2015 5:33 PM in Science Notebook
Students can create their own science notebook in the class by using a composition book, and post its for tabs.  Its an inexpesive and quick way to create a journal. Each tab will have the name of a section such as observations, or data. In the beginning of the journal, the students will create a table of continents. 

Wed Oct 28, 2015 5:31 PM in Science at Home?
Science is everywhere! All children are curious is given the correct question, which makes them wonder, and develop an answer. Young children are especially curious, and amazed by almost everything. If children are taught to observe, and ask questions, they can "do" science almost anywhere. A great way to do science at home is by assigning a scientist of the week. Each week, a student take sho...





Recent Reviews by Jessica


Sun Nov 22, 2015 11:57 AM
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This wonderful collection explores the abiotic and biotic factors of the environment. Within this collection, you'll find living and non living things, and their relationship to one another. It is a great collection to connect the relationships between the two different factors. Students will learn about human interactions with the environment, living organisms and their needs, how organisms, such as plants create their own food through photosynthesis and much more. Well done!


Sun Nov 22, 2015 11:51 AM
0 5 Sensational Senses
Each of the collections are appropriate to implement for any Elementary class. The articles, as well as the videos, can be used to develop a well plan inquiry lesson that will engage students to explore their five senses. Students will understand that For educators, the resources include additional books that are appropriate for the age, and content that is desired for the students to lean. this collection will fit in an early childhood teacher's library!






Recent Public Collections by Jessica


Abiotic/ Biotic Facotrs

6 Resources

Living and Non Living Kindergarten



Living or Nonliving?
Type: Journal Article
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Coral Reef Ecosystems: The Abiotic Setting
Type: Science Object
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Natural Disasters

11 Resources



Editorial: Tsunamis and Other Disasters -- A Response from Scientists Who Teach
Type: Journal Article
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Science 101: Can we protect our communities from natural disasters?
Type: Journal Article
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Food Web

1 Resources



Interdependence of Life: Species Relationships
Type: Science Object
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