Daisy Johnson

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Recent Posts by Daisy

Wed Apr 24, 2019 9:44 PM in Inquiry Labs in the Chemistry Classroom
Hello! I am a student at the University of Northern Iowa, and we are learning the importnace that play has for students. We have learned that they learn so much deeper when they are able to explore and expereint on their own without being told what they are supposed to be learning. I have seen this done in one of my feild experiences. It was in a 5th grade classroom, and a small group of students...

Wed Apr 24, 2019 9:30 PM in Science Notebooks
Hi Sayde! I am a student at UNI and am currently in a class about science methods. From field experiences, I have seen all science teachers use a science notebook/journal. It is a great way for students to reflect on their work and keep their thoughts and projects organized. It is also such a reward for students to take home at the end of the year because they get to look back on all of the neat ...

Tue Apr 16, 2019 2:00 PM in Motivation
Hi Elizabeth, I am a student at the University of Northern Iowa and we have recently listened to a guest speaker about play and its importnace in a classroom. If students are given the opportunity to play, they will be more engaged in the lesson. This is a way for them to explore a lesson topic. Say you are doing a lesson on light and shadows. If students are able to have inquiry-based or hands o...