Elizabeth Miranda

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Recent Posts by Elizabeth

Thu Apr 14, 2016 5:32 PM in How to Get Students to Look At the Night Sky
You can have students create moon logs. Twice a week they go outside and write or draw what they see. At the end of the week the students can turn in their moon logs and compare them in class.

Thu Apr 14, 2016 5:29 PM in Science Fun for Students
I believe students will be more engaged in science if it touches topics that they are interested in. For instance, planning lessons on science experiments on make-up (targeting high-school girls) would be interesting or the science in working out (gym, muscles, etc.) for both males and females. Basically target interesting topics first then get into other things. Not all topics will catch the atte...

Recent Reviews by Elizabeth

Thu Apr 14, 2016 5:21 PM
5 organisms in the environment
I found your collection very resourceful. I used it for my lesson plan. I believe all of your resources tied to the concept of the population balances. Population is definitely affected by many contributing factors. For instance, if the environment changes, such as the landscape, the population can either decline or incline. If there are hazardous contributions to the environment, this can result to a decline in the population. Overall great collection I enjoyed it!

Recent Public Collections by Elizabeth


6 Resources

This collection is tied to the concept of the ocean and the many effects the ocean has on Earth. The ocean is what makes Earth unique. These resource target elementary students. Students can learn about the ocean and why it is important for us as humans to nurture this body of water. The resources also target upper level students. It can be used to refresh students about global precipitation and the effects of the ocean on weather and climate. These resources can be used to stimulate the minds of our students on various topics based on the ocean. Hope you all enjoy this collection!

Earth's Changing Surface: Changing Earth From Within
Type: Science Object

Ocean's Effect on Weather and Climate: Global Climate Patterns
Type: Science Object