Alyssa Jannello

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Recent Posts by Alyssa

Mon Dec 16, 2019 2:22 AM in How to increase student creativity in Science?
Hello. I am currently and Early Childhood/ Elementary Education major. One way teachers can influence creativity in the classroom is by providing students the chance to state their opinions and ideas while teaching elementary science. Young students burst with energy and are full of ideas. When teachers give them that opportunity to express their thoughts, it allows students to think in a more c...

Mon Dec 16, 2019 2:07 AM in The Rock Cycle
Hello. I am currently and Early Childhood/ Elementary Education major. When teaching about the Rock Cycle, it can be easier to spread out the lesson into three days. For the first day, students can learn about Igneous rocks. For the second day, students will learn about Sedimentary rocks. For the third day, students will learn about Metamorphic rocks. Each of the lessons can contain basic backgr...

Mon Dec 16, 2019 1:57 AM in classroom management during experiments
Hello. I am currently and Early Childhood/ Elementary Education major. When observing my students through student teaching, I feel that students will maintain classroom behaviors when they are given an assigned task to focus on when conducting an experiment. Students tend to be more active when they are given a duty to perform and succeed at for the teacher. A strategy that teachers could use to...