Rebeca Corona

I am a junior at FIU majoring in Elementary Ed. I enjoy reading, traveling and spending time with my family.




Florida International University

Recent Posts by Rebeca

Wed Mar 30, 2016 8:37 PM in No Science in the Classroom
Hey Jessica, I am an undergraduate majoring in Elementary Education, while doing my field experience I have noticed that science and social students are taken for granted. When that should not be the case because social studies teaches students how to become citizens and science helps them make sense of the world. I think the reason why students are not interested in science or social studies i...

Fri Mar 11, 2016 9:39 AM in Scared Beyond Science
Hello Michelle, I am currently a student at Florida International University majoring in Elementary Education. Right now I am taking my second science class, and through this class I have learned the importance that science can have on students and fun ways to teach it. Our professor introduced us to inquiry based lessons and various other strategies and fun ways to teach science. In inquiry base...

Sun Nov 15, 2015 3:11 PM in Science Websites for Students
I think a really fun website you could use with your students to get them into wanting to learn about science is . This website is a site that has various websites inside that you could click and use with your students. Out of all the websites shown there my favorite on is . Like you said you wanted games for them to play, this w...

Recent Reviews by Rebeca

Sat Mar 26, 2016 2:40 PM
5 Great Collection!
I will be teaching on minerals and I specifically loved the Rocks and Minerals book chapter. It was very insightful and helped me incorporate some of what I read into my lesson. Overall, i think you did a great job with your collection and had great sources

Sun Nov 15, 2015 2:43 PM
5 Great Collection!
This collection focuses on the many ways of recycling and the benefits it has on our planet. I enjoyed your collection and thought it was very educational on the concept of Recycling. The articles in this collection have provided supplementary tools and strategies on recycling. My favorite article on the collection was The Dynamic Earth, which had a series of activities that teachers could do with their students. Even though these activities were done with a fifth grade classroom, they could be altered to accommodate higher or lower grades. The article included information on the NGSS, concept mapping, and 5E lesson plans which we are learning about in class. Furthermore, I liked how you included the Conceptual Flow podcast, which gave a clear understanding on the difference between facts and concepts. By using this collection and its resources anyone can benefit on the good of recycling and how to teach it to students.

Recent Public Collections by Rebeca


7 Resources

Minerals are solid inorganic substances that are formed by geological processes. Minerals have a specific structure, chemical composition and physical properties. In this collection you will find articles and science objects on minerals ranging from salt and silicates.

The Building Blocks of Geology
Type: Journal Article

Rocks and Minerals—Foundations of Society
Type: Journal Article

Carrying Capacity

Every habitat has a limited amount of resources it can provide for the things living in it. That limit is its carrying capacity. In this collection you will find various articles on Carrying Capacity that will help you better understand its meaning and some activities you could do with your class when teaching about carrying capacity.