Jenna Vojtisek

Student at Wright State University studying Early Childhood Education with an endorsement in 4th/5th grade.

Location

OH

Recent Posts by Jenna

Tue May 19, 2020 9:35 PM in Science Discussions
Discussions are a great way for students to dig deeper into their learning. It is also a great way to grow your classroom community! Some ideas to keep the discussion on the topic is to actually have the topic written down so all the students can see it. This will help students remember the topic and it can catch their eye if they're getting off-topic. Another idea is to let students think about ...

Tue May 19, 2020 9:25 PM in Keeping science lab notebooks
Interactive science notebooks are a great way for students to show their learning and for you to check student understanding! I used ISN in a science unit about structure and function and the students were able to create drawings, take notes, and just write down anything they think they needed to remember. You can make them yourself with guidance in them, or you can just have students use a plain...

Sun Apr 19, 2020 6:20 PM in introducing new concept to students
Hello, I think that it is important to allow for a day or two of independent investigation time. This will allow for the students to begin forming ideas, questions, thoughts, etc. It will also help get your students excited to learn about what they are investigating because now they're curious. It is also a great time for students to have discussions with their peers on what they interpreted. 





Recent Public Collections by Jenna




Making and Discussing Models
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Connecting Children to Their World
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Early Childhood Resources Review: The Young Artist as Scientist: What Can Leonardo Teach Us?
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Making Sense of Day and Night
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Teaching Through Trade Books: Flower Power
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Claims, Evidence, and Reasoning
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