Alicia Salazar

Hello, my name is Alicia Salazar. I am a senior studying Elementary Education at Brescia University.





Recent Posts by Alicia

Mon Aug 19, 2019 9:48 PM in How do you take science home?
As a student, I did a scavenger hunt. I would assess students with a scavenger hunt to test your students' understanding of science terms and apply these terms to real-world objects. Or getting parents and/or guardians involved to help perform an experiment consisting of the scientific method. Depending on the grade level will depend on the difficulty of the experiment.

Mon Aug 19, 2019 9:29 PM in Common Assessments
I agree with Jamison, science is most definitely more beneficial if there are hands-on assessments along with problem-based learning. I personally do not learn from just writing and taking a test. Incorporating assessments with more visual and kinesthetic learning allow students to see what they are working with and carry out physical activities. Rather than listening to lectures and having a tes...

Mon Aug 19, 2019 9:01 PM in Chem for those who do not like it
I personally was never a fan of chemistry. However, when I got to college, I took chemistry and realized that more hands-on activities and watching some videos on youtube to further my knowledge helped me a lot. I also made lots of flashcards for vocabulary or compounds to help me memorize it better by going through them multiple times. It also helped me because of math, I am good at math and che...

Recent Public Collections by Alicia

Real Earthquakes, Real Learning
Type: Journal Article

The Early Years: Planting Before Winter
Type: Journal Article