Ashley Gonzales

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Recent Posts by Ashley

Tue Jan 27, 2015 6:56 PM in Classroom Management
I am in student teaching at the moment and my dream grades are kindergarten and pre-k. I have constantly been wondering the same question, and I like one of the responses given. I think teaching the students in whole group would be great for the younger students because you are able to monitor them all and you can have the students make connections amongst each other. I also think that going over ...

Tue Jan 27, 2015 6:51 PM in We need more time to teach Science
I would have to agree that science is overlooked and not valued as much as other subjects, such as math or reading. I think some schools and people believe that science is not something that is used throughout our day to day lives therefore it is not as important as the other subjects. I think that science is very important and should be taught more than what it is. I believe science is something ...

Mon Jan 26, 2015 6:08 PM in Advice for new teachers
I am also very nervous being that I too am in student teaching. Reading the posts that others have posted I believe are really beneficial. I like how somebody said "there are not bad students, there are just students that need help with the way they regulate," I find that to be very true. As future educators we must learn from our experiences and need to help mold our students to be better rather ...

Recent Public Collections by Ashley


2 Resources

Earth, Sun, and Moon: General Characteristics of Earth
Type: Science Object

Earth, Sun, and Moon: Earth's Seasons
Type: Science Object