Katherine T

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Recent Posts by Katherine

Wed Jan 28, 2015 8:47 PM in Advice for new teachers
This is great advice! I find #3 particularly important. Not all students learn the same way so we need to differentiate instruction to fit their needs!

Tue Jan 27, 2015 9:48 PM in We need more time to teach Science
I completely agree. I am student teaching this semester and it seems that more often than not, the science lesson just gets pushed back and overlooked for the sake of finishing the math or reading lesson that day. Last week, there was just 1 science lesson for the entire week. The kids absolutely loved it and I know they benefited from it as well. I can only think how much they would benefit from ...

Tue Jan 27, 2015 9:31 PM in Weather and Elementary
I love this idea! This activity is such a great way to connect what the students are learning in class to their lives. I bet your students love to share their answers for each of these categories. I'd love to do something like this someday!

Recent Public Collections by Katherine


4 Resources

Cell Structure and Function: Cells – The Basis of Life
Type: Science Object

Cell Structure and Function: The Molecular Machinery of Life
Type: Science Object