Macie Ault

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Recent Posts by Macie

Wed Nov 14, 2018 5:35 PM in classroom management during experiments
I think it is very important to state expectations before starting the experiement. Students can't read minds, so making sure that they know what they are suppose to be doing at all times is a great start. It also doesn't hurt to give some reminders throughout the experiment students can get excited and forget what they are suppose to be doing. It is also important for you as the teacher to make ...

Wed Nov 14, 2018 5:29 PM in Keeping Students Engaged
I think there are several ways to make sure to keep all students engaged and invloved in all lessons. One thing that I always try and do is relate the lesson to my students in some way. If the students can relate to it they will want to be more involved and therefore be more engaged throughout the lesson. I also try and make lessons fun to grab all my students attention. This can be done in sever...

Thu Nov 01, 2018 4:54 PM in Learning Science Concepts through Play
Hi Kathleen, my name is Macie Ault I am a senior at the University of Northern Iowa. I am majoring in elementary education and in several classes we have had different conversations as to why children need that play, to really help them grow. We have talked about STEM; Science, Technology, Enineeering, and Mathematics. These are all things that students need in order to grow and learn. Giving stu...