Jordan Babcock

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Recent Posts by Jordan

Mon Mar 28, 2016 2:23 PM in Scared Beyond Science
Science is definitely a subject that scares me to teach. I am unfamiliar with most science subject material. I taught my first science lesson and i found it was actually better for me to teach science because of the fact that i do not understand. I studied a lot before i had to present my lesson and i found i had similar questions when i was trying to learn the subject material to teach them. I th...

Mon Mar 28, 2016 2:13 PM in Science Notebook
I liked the use of a science interactive journals. The interactive notebook is usually a composition notebook but i like spiral notebooks better because spirals have more room for students to glue their work in. This science interactive notebook is great because i find so many print outs and i think foldable are great. Foldables are a great activity for students. Foldables also teach students new ...

Mon Mar 28, 2016 2:08 PM in EC Science on Pinterest?
I really liked this post and i think it was very important to read. I think many people work on making their lessons cute so they look like the pinterest product. We need to focus on keeping the product from a lesson educational and make sure it is still more educational than just cute.