Sebrina Webster

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Recent Posts by Sebrina

Sat Nov 23, 2019 8:38 PM in Using Science Notebooks for Assessment/Evaluation
Julie, I agree compeletely! Science notebooks are a great way to assess students throughout their learning process. I've seen these a lot in the younger grades because sometimes giving younger students formal summative assessments is difficult, but with these notebooks it's more clear and easier for teachers to know what students have a good understanding of and what they do not. They can also be...

Wed Nov 20, 2019 9:08 PM in Reducing Lunch Waste
Jennifer, What a great idea! This will help reduce waste in the lunch room, while teaching students the importance of recylcing and composting. I did a unit like this in school but it only lasted a month or so, so it would be wonderful to see it school wide forever! I can agree that it makes students more aware of how much food they watse, as well as, being more self conconscience of the foods...

Sun Nov 17, 2019 4:58 PM in First Day of School Science Activities
Hello, My favorite first day science activity is designing rockets, on which the students give infromation about themselves that we would present later in the day, then we shoot them off!  It gets kids excited about school and it means they just go over rules all day. It also allows them to be creative in their designs and lets you get to know them a little more!