Krystal Clover

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Recent Posts by Krystal

Tue Apr 14, 2015 3:49 PM in how to help your students?
Thanks for this link! this is a great checklist to refer to when creating lessons! all E's need to be represented. Thank you!

Tue Apr 14, 2015 3:43 PM in how to help your students?
this is a great idea, thank you! I find that teaching in the lower grades is pretty difficult for me because I am having trouble breaking down the material into first grade comprehension levels. the use of alternate materials and technology is awesome. Videos also can show the things more easily than me explaining them. I must remember when i am struggling to explain something, there might be ...

Tue Apr 14, 2015 3:40 PM in how to help your students?
that is a great idea to get the other students involved. If one student already learned it, it will be great for the student to learn how to explain and teach to another student. Students may also learn from their peers bc they have just learned this lesson and are more at their peer's level. They may also have learned the material in a different way than the teacher explained it.

Recent Public Collections by Krystal


9 Resources

This collection is centered around sounds and vibrations. This is for lower elementary grades.

The Early Years: Hear That?
Type: Journal Article

Inquiry-Based Investigation on the Internet: Sound and the Human Ear
Type: Journal Article