Arianna Knutson

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Recent Posts by Arianna

Tue Dec 04, 2018 12:28 PM in Implementing STEM in my classroom
Hi! I am a senior in college at the University of Northern Iowa. I am in my final semester studying elementary education and am taking my science methods course now. During this science course, we have focused a lot on STEM which stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. STEM in science should be started at a young age for it to be beneficial. Children who learn and use STEM in schoo...

Thu Nov 29, 2018 4:11 PM in Keeping Students Engaged
Hello. I am a student studying to become a teaching in the near future. I am finishing up my final semester of college and am in my science methods course here at University of Northern Iowa. I have learned a lot about ways to keep students engaged in lesson and activities during the school day. Teachers need to make sure they are teaching content that is age appropriate. Also, if teachers build ...

Mon Nov 05, 2018 10:39 PM in STEM in my classroom
STEM is used in a lot of science classrooms today, and even in early childhood. Children at a young age need to be able to explore and use hands-on materials to discover science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Without hands-on learning with STEM children are missing out and won't be prepared for their future. I am currently in my senior year of college at University of Northern Iowa in...





Recent Public Collections by Arianna




Science and Children—November/December 2001
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Science and Children—October 2018
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