Claire Schroeder

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Recent Posts by Claire

Wed Dec 05, 2018 1:21 PM in Keeping Students Engaged
Adrene, I think incorporating hands-on activities is a great way to keep students engaged. However, how would you approach the situation if the hands-on activity prompted students to get off topic and be distracted? What if the hands-on activity was doing more bad than good? What would your next approach be to make sure students are learning, but also staying in engaged? Thanks, Claire S...

Wed Dec 05, 2018 1:13 PM in Integrating Science & Writing
Carina, Incorporating cross-curricular topics in your writing class is a great idea. I think your science and writing lesson is a great one. You could do something as simple as having students complete a creative writing activity about the weather that day or about a unique experience they had with weather such as driving through a snow storm. This will not only integrate science and writing, ...

Wed Nov 28, 2018 3:41 PM in How to Make Elementary Science Exciting
Kimberly, Great ideas, but I was wondering what the 5E lesson plan is? Thanks for your help! Claire Schroeder Pre-Service Teacher Wartburg College