Megan Hineline

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Recent Posts by Megan

Thu Nov 07, 2019 7:05 AM in STEM and Fairy Tales
Hi Wendy, I am currently a pre-service teacher, and this is a great way to incorporate STEM in the elementary classroom, thank you for sharing. I think this would give children a great opportunity to solve problems and get an early start on how to think like an engineer. I wish I had this opportunity when I was in school. I would love to incorporate these ideas in my classroom when I become a ...

Wed Oct 23, 2019 5:25 AM in Teaching science to Infants
I am currently an intern for an infant class, 5-9 month olds. I have to introduce science to the infants, does anyone have any ideas on what I could do or resouces to use? I feel that it is hard because I cant actually provide a lesson for them, I have to let them explore instead.

Sun Oct 13, 2019 6:14 AM in Learning Science Concepts through Play
This article is great, I believe play is essential for children and should be a huge part of the curriculum. Children have very low attention spans and they need to be doing hands on work, sitting a desk is not going to keep them focused and they get bored so easily. Children should also get the opportunity to learn science outside more than inside the classroom.