Neyra Hanley

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Recent Posts by Neyra

Sun Apr 10, 2016 10:48 PM in Engaging Students
Hi Chelsea! Like you,I am also a senior at a university in Houston. This semester I learned that engaging students is essential to students motivation to learn. When I teach a lesson,I love to incorporate. Videos and read aloud. This two really help me tap to students previous knowledge on some of t science concept we ate going to go over. Good luck 

Sun Apr 10, 2016 10:48 PM in Engaging Students
Hi Chelsea! Like you,I am also a senior at a university in Houston. This semester I learned that engaging students is essential to students motivation to learn. When I teach a lesson,I love to incorporate. Videos and read aloud. This two really help me tap to students previous knowledge on some of t science concept we ate going to go over. Good luck 

Sun Apr 10, 2016 10:20 PM in STEM and Fairy Tales
This is a great idea. I have never thought about incorporating fairy tales and STEM. Students can create alternative solution to fairy tales. Math can also be incorporated by using the story characters. They can engineer the stories house or setting using only a few resources provided by the teacher.  Great forum!