Haley Dicke

I just finished my junior year at Wright State University Lake Campus. I am taking classes this summer to get my 4/5 Endorsement. In my free time I love spending time with my family and friends, teaching Sunday school, completing puzzles, and watching movies. Science has never been my strongest subject, but I love learning knew things and I cannot wait to learn from this amazing resource.



Recent Posts by Haley

Tue May 21, 2019 8:18 PM in Planet sizes
Hello! I love your idea of making your lesson a hands on activity for the students. I have always believed that if a student can do something with their hands, they are more likely to remember it. A hands on activity that I did in grade school involved using different sized styrofoam spheres, which were then painted to match each different planet. The planets were then glued onto a piece of cardb...

Tue May 21, 2019 8:09 PM in Lots of Science, Not A Lot of Time
Hi! I am will be entering my senior year this fall and have been in many early childhood classrooms where science was either taught daily or barely discussed. In the classroom where science was taught daily, the teacher had a lesson incorrporated within the daily lesson plan. I think that the first step in including something in the classroom is to start by adding it to your lesson plan or your t...

Recent Reviews by Haley

Tue May 21, 2019 8:26 PM
5 In depth Lesson
I enjoyed reading this oil spill activity. Over the summer I am doing a STEM lesson, which is quite similar to this activity. I enjoyed all of the different aspects within the lesson, such as the elaboration process. I was able to compare my upcoming lesson with this, which helps me better prepare myself. The different worksheets seemed to work great for the activity because they had the students interacting and working together. Great lesson!