Elisa Calderon

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Recent Posts by Elisa

Fri May 01, 2020 4:20 PM in Keeping Students Engaged
Hello! One way that I've learned to be a great for keeping students engaged in lessons is to integrate art into as many lessons as possibe. This doesn't just have to be art as in drawing/painting, because there are so many other forms of art. You could use music, drama, dance, etc. I took a college course on integrating arts in the classroom, where I went to an elementary school every week and in...

Fri May 01, 2020 3:35 PM in Classroom Setup
Hi! I'm not currently a teacher, but am a juinor in college working towards becoming one. From the expereinces I've had in the classroom as a teacher so far and as a student still, I've come to find that in a lab setting it's good to put desks in clusters/pods. If students have group tables that works best, but with desks you can put together 4 or sometimes 5 together to create one big desk. This...

Fri May 01, 2020 3:30 PM in STEM and Fairy Tales
I really love this idea of combing fairytales into STEM lessons. It's something that I would've never thought about, but it's so fun and engaging for students! Something that I would've never considered was the fact that fairytales are already in the cirriculum so it integrates a literacy component as well. Anything is possible in fairytales so the idea that using fairytales is great because stud...





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Coral Reef Ecosystems
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