Brenna Pavluk

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Recent Posts by Brenna

Sun Feb 19, 2017 7:27 PM in Developing Scientific Literacy
Kristy, Thank you for your reply and recommendations for ways to build literacy skills in the classroom. You have contributed greatly to my growing knowledge about science teaching! I agree wholeheartedly that students relate more to the content when it relates to their own lives. Finding those connections for every student can seem impossible, but I am hopeful that I can do so. You also brought ...

Sun Feb 19, 2017 7:12 PM in Developing Scientific Literacy
Dr. Staples, I really love "The Missing Link" resource. The website for incorporating literacy and STEM education is straightforward, easy to read, and has a multitude of visuals that aid in the message. I also appreciated the abundance of examples with using music, writing, stories, and sketches to support the engineering process. As a newcomer to the science teaching field, I can use all the e...

Tue Feb 07, 2017 2:48 PM in Developing Scientific Literacy
Hello educators, I am curious what you have used in your practice that engages students through hands-on/minds-on STEM learning experiences that provide valuable context for students to develop literacy skills. Any examples, resources, websites, or guidance would be helpful. Thank you!