Taylor Bain

My passion is education and learning new practices. I aspire to teach my love for math and science to our youth. I am currently enrolled in the Ed.S. program to gain licensure and better my education background for teaching!

Recent Posts by Taylor

Wed Apr 08, 2020 3:52 PM in STEM to Students
Elementary, specifically 3rd-5th grades!

Sun Apr 05, 2020 9:52 PM in STEM to Students
Personally, I have always loved the STEM programs at schools. I find myself sometimes more passionate and invested in teaching this program above other subjects taught in schools. As a future educator, what are the best online programs and tools that you have found more helpful in teaching students in the classroom to become more engaged? This may also apply to all of you whom are teaching online...

Thu Mar 12, 2020 8:43 PM in Science Websites
As a future educator of elementary science, what are some valuable and engaging websites you have stumbled upon that perform well in your classrooms and link to state standards? These may be websites, online tools, or links that you have found interesting and are currently using for your classes. Thanks in advance!

Recent Reviews by Taylor

Fri Mar 13, 2020 11:22 PM
5 Cell Structure and Function SciPack
Personally, I found this SciPack extremely informative. It was able to list and describe information regarding cells, molecules, bacteria, classifications, and much more information that links with these descriptors. There were several miniature quizzes that were available throughout the SciPack to engage the learner about recalling information that was previously described. I found the quizzes suitable for ensuring that I was able to retain the information given at specific parts throughout the SciPack. There is a plethora amount of information regarding cells and structure that was all-inclusive. This SciPack is an excellent tool for educators to learn more about the makeups of all items listed within the SciPack.

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Gravitating Toward Reggio: Let the children lead their learning about the concepts of forces and motion
Type: Journal Article

Welcome to Rock Day
Type: Journal Article