Claudia Fuentes-Bueno

Student in phase 3 of education program in university of Texas in Tyler. Momma of three boys and four girls, life is never slow at our house. Looking forward to growing in my knowledge of sciences to better teach my future students in Ec-6 grades. I love my younger students and look forward to teaching and learning from them as well.

Location

TX

Affiliation

University of Texas at Tyler

Recent Posts by Claudia

Wed Feb 13, 2019 3:35 PM in Preservice teacher
I am going into the field of Education and looking forward to working in the Elementary level. I am not sure how to work science themes with other content area aside of arts. I like to be hands on in the learning so not sure how to include it to other content without making it boring. Also what suggestions does anyone have to get more students early on interested in the STEMS through science and ...





Recent Reviews by Claudia


Sat Apr 27, 2019 2:57 PM
5 GOT A Review
The article breaks down a PBL for 4th grade that can be adapted to other grades. The articles does a great job in allowing students to explore independently the need for a state to be more energy independent. Using PBL allow the students to be scientists and figure out ways to solve the problem. To guided the students to be begin Thinking outside the box, graphic organizers like the one they use and utilizing cooperative learning helps guide them to experiments .The trail run organizer at the end is a great tool students can use to test their theories and see if their solutions might solve or not solve the problem. “Students learned about potential and kinetic energy, how energy is measured, how energy is changed but not created or destroyed, and many examples of energy being transformed”. The idea of creating a real life scenario for students to see the relevance and importance Energy can play in out lives, is one I can definitely see myself using in any grade level. You are never to young to explore solutions to problems.






Recent Public Collections by Claudia




Poetry and the Environment: Poetry enhances children's study of the environment and provides a link with science and the language arts
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"Clued In" to Their Environment
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Gravitating Toward Reggio: Let the children lead their learning about the concepts of forces and motion
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Teaching Through Trade Books: May the Force Be with You!
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The Nature of Matter
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Energy: Fuel for Thought
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