Hannah Roeding

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Recent Posts by Hannah

Tue Nov 19, 2019 8:08 PM in Tips for teaching science for Kindergarten
Maria, Mystery Science is a great free curriculum available to teachers! It includes videos and then hands on activities that go along with the lesson for students to do. It has Kindergarten lessons available that are hands on but always doable for that age level. Some of the extension activities are super awesome too!  https://mysteryscience.com  

Tue Nov 19, 2019 8:02 PM in QUestions
One of my professors actually just gave us a great idea for this. For once, it always super important to admit to a student when you do not know. It's okay for us to not know everything and it is important for our students to see us as humans, too. What my professor suggested we do if this ever arises is to ask the students to go home and do some research and find the answer for the question! It'...

Tue Nov 19, 2019 7:59 PM in Engineering Design Process
Kasey, I am a preservice teacher and we recently learned about this in class! A really fun way to get students involved in the engineering process is to make them little engineers! You can lay out a problem to the students and they have to be the engineers who come up with a solution! You give them the problem, their materials and time limit, and who their audience is that they want to sell their...

Recent Reviews by Hannah

Sat Oct 26, 2019 9:36 PM
5 Engineering For All
Engineering for All is a great article about implementing the design process in an inclusive classroom. It walks through the steps through which students should design, test, and improve their design using science principles. It can be applied to other activities for classroom teachers. It has great insight in how to support students with varying abilities. I really enjoyed seeing the students' works of windmills along with the article. What a fun design activity to do with a class!

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Explaining Matter with Elements, Atoms, and Molecules: Classifying the Elements
Type: Science Object