Ariana Benmergui

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Recent Posts by Ariana

Sat Apr 19, 2014 4:02 PM in Biomimicry
Whats the best age to introduce the concept of Biomimicry?

Sat Apr 19, 2014 4:01 PM in Science
How do you incorporate science into other subject areas?





Recent Reviews by Ariana


Sat Apr 19, 2014 3:25 PM
5 Review
I really enjoyed this collection and found it especially helpful to what I am teaching now. For my student teaching practicum I am teaching the water cycle. The textbook that I am using is very dull and does not have a lot of flavor. The collections that I read in this were extremely helpful in making the content interesting. I actually used two of the resources to help me explain the water cycle. I was surprised to find that you can make the water cycle inquiry bases and was extremely happy to have this collection with me. The only things that I could not use and which were really incredible were the online activities unfortunately the time that I have to teach science is very short and I really feel like the kids would have loved some of these activities. I would definitely use this collection again with any other classroom. There were some really great resources to help guide me through teaching science.


Sat Apr 19, 2014 3:25 PM
5 Review
I really enjoyed this collection and found it especially helpful to what I am teaching now. For my student teaching practicum I am teaching the water cycle. The textbook that I am using is very dull and does not have a lot of flavor. The collections that I read in this were extremely helpful in making the content interesting. I actually used two of the resources to help me explain the water cycle. I was surprised to find that you can make the water cycle inquiry bases and was extremely happy to have this collection with me. The only things that I could not use and which were really incredible were the online activities unfortunately the time that I have to teach science is very short and I really feel like the kids would have loved some of these activities. I would definitely use this collection again with any other classroom. There were some really great resources to help guide me through teaching science.






Recent Public Collections by Ariana




Green Science: Revisiting Recycling
Type: Journal Article
Grade:


Recycling

6 Resources

This collection is meant to teach about how recycling affects the environment. This collection will educate the students on the impact of recycling to their lives.



Recycle Used Oil on America Recycles Day
Type: Journal Article
Grade:


Recycling the Paper Trail
Type: Journal Article
Grade:


SCIPACK

1 Resources



Coral Reef Ecosystems
Type: SciPack
Grade: