Abby Lynn

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Recent Posts by Abby

Wed Nov 28, 2018 10:53 PM in Keeping Engagement!
Hi Marissa, I am one year away from student teaching myself! A suggestion that I have for your nature walk would be the students have to record one thing that they noticed from the nature walk. I feel like have a small amount that they have to record will help them stay focused but also be able to enjoy the nature walk. I hope you find this to be of some help and good luck with your lesson.   ...

Wed Nov 28, 2018 10:47 PM in STEM and other content areas
Hello, my name is Abby McKee and I am a preservice teacher at Wartburg College. I am currently taking a Science Methods class and we focus on getting science into the classroom. One thing that I have noticed about my lesson planning and teaching is I am struggling sometimes to connect STEM with other content areas. I am running out of ideas and feel like some of the ideas are repetitive. What ...

Wed Oct 24, 2018 9:05 PM in STEM Teacher Interest
Hi Mackenzie, I am also studying to be an Elementary teacher and I am currently taking an Elementary Science Methods class. This class has addressed some of your questions. I would say one way that you can encourage schools and educators to teach STEM would be by making it cross-curricular. It doesn't seem to be as intimidating when you pair it with something else. There are many lessons out t...