Becca Gartmann

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Recent Reviews by Becca


Thu Nov 10, 2016 8:28 AM
4 Pre-Service Teacher Review
This short and brief read article is a great read for new teachers, experienced teachers, and even administrators because it provides examples of safe learning environments for students in a classroom. The author gives four questions a middle school science teacher should have answered to themselves before beginning a blood typing experiment with the students in order to avoid a lawsuit. Being a pre-service elementary school teacher and possibly a middle level teacher, this article is a great resource to remember before planning potentially controversial lesson plans so I can ensure my, and everyone involved, legal safety.


Thu Nov 10, 2016 8:28 AM
4 Pre-Service Teacher Review
This short and brief read article is a great read for new teachers, experienced teachers, and even administrators because it provides examples of safe learning environments for students in a classroom. The author gives four questions a middle school science teacher should have answered to themselves before beginning a blood typing experiment with the students in order to avoid a lawsuit. Being a pre-service elementary school teacher and possibly a middle level teacher, this article is a great resource to remember before planning potentially controversial lesson plans so I can ensure my, and everyone involved, legal safety.


Thu Nov 10, 2016 8:28 AM
4 Pre-Service Teacher Review
This short and brief read article is a great read for new teachers, experienced teachers, and even administrators because it provides examples of safe learning environments for students in a classroom. The author gives four questions a middle school science teacher should have answered to themselves before beginning a blood typing experiment with the students in order to avoid a lawsuit. Being a pre-service elementary school teacher and possibly a middle level teacher, this article is a great resource to remember before planning potentially controversial lesson plans so I can ensure my, and everyone involved, legal safety.






Recent Public Collections by Becca




Why Static Clings
Type: Journal Article
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Tried and True: Measuring Static Electricity: A Classroom Investigation to Understand the Triboelectric Series
Type: Journal Article
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