Lauren Leber

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Recent Posts by Lauren

Wed May 09, 2012 12:59 AM in Teaching Cell Parts in a "fun way"?
Hello everyone! I really enjoyed the ideas shared about the "edible" cell projects. Working in a fifth grade class we did an activity with the students that was similar but instead we used plastic zip-lock bags and green or clear hair gel or aloe. You can pick up large bottles from the dollar store. The students can bring in various items that resemble the cell parts and when they are placed ...

Wed May 09, 2012 12:10 AM in Writing in Science
Hello! In my opinion, when it comes to writing in science the possibilities are endless! I think writing in science is so important to reinforce key concepts and allows students a chance to reflect on their experiences. Recently, in one of my language arts classes, my professor shared with us an activity in which students are given posters that are made from a trade book that has been taken apart...

Tue May 08, 2012 11:38 PM in Science Notebook Idea Collection
Hello! I love the idea of keeping this thread a place for resources for science notebooks. I too think that science notebooks will help create a much richer learning experience for students. I am going to be student teaching this coming fall and plan on implementing interactive science notebooks in the classroom. I like the idea of using the same notebook throughout the school year for students...

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The Many Levels of Inquiry
Type: Journal Article