Jennifer Bryant

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Recent Posts by Jennifer

Fri May 01, 2020 10:48 PM in NSTA Daily Do!
As a future teacher looking through Daily Do, it seems to be a great resource students. It can be used by students to learn concepts at home with their family. It is nice that everything is written out and the questions are given to help through investigations. 

Fri May 01, 2020 10:41 PM in Citizen Science
This was interesting to me because I have not heard of citizen science. The books and resources given in the blog post would be very helpful to engage kids in citizen science. It is awesome that citizen science gives families a way to learn about science in a setting outside of school. 

Fri May 01, 2020 5:08 PM in Classroom Setup
Hi, I am not currently a teacher but am a senior in college that has been in many classrooms through field experiences. The most effective seating arrangement I have seen to promot group work is aroundf 4 students that face eachother. I have also seen desk groupings of 3-5 that all face the front. This worked for some students but did not lead to as much collaboration between students. 





Recent Public Collections by Jennifer




Ladybugs Across the Curriculum
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First Graders Can Do Science
Type: Journal Article
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Questioning

6 Resources

Resources on effective questions



Science 101: How do you ask effective questions in science class, and how do you analyze the responses?
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The Early Years: Investigable Questions
Type: Journal Article
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PLP 1- 3rd grade life science collection

2 Resources

Collection of materials to cover content of 3rd grade life science DCI's and performance expectations.



Heredity and Variation: Inheritance
Type: Science Object
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Interdependence of Life: Agents of Change in Ecosystems
Type: Science Object
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