Sarah Moyer

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Recent Posts by Sarah

Fri Dec 07, 2018 1:31 PM in Approaching Misconceptions
Hi Annika,  I am currently a student at the University of Northern Iowa and I am also in a science methods course. Like many of my colleagues have mentioned phenomena is a great way to show and discuss misconceptions. Something that is super important before any topic is to understand students prior knowledge. While discussing misconceptions make sure that new misconceptions aren't being forme...

Fri Dec 07, 2018 1:19 PM in Science Classroom Environment
Hi Bailey,  I am currently a senior elementary education major at UNI. In one of my science methods courses we have been talking about productive questioning. Like most of the previous posts people have made, we have been talking about talk moves in our classroom. Talk moves are great ways to get students and teachers thinking about the task and how the students can extend that task. Something...

Mon Nov 05, 2018 11:45 PM in Incorporating STEM in Kindergarten
Alondra,  I am a preservice teacher studying at the University of Northern Iowa. In my science methods course this semester we have talked a lot about incorporating STEM in the classroom. Recently, my class visited a STEM classroom that involved many differnt activities anywhere from legos to making muffins. A lot of the projects in the classroom had to deal with building blocks and even had a...