Lauren Wolbers

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Recent Posts by Lauren

Tue Nov 27, 2018 9:32 PM in Approach to Differentiation in The Classroom
Hi Annika! I am a preservice teacher at University of Northern Iowa. Differentiation has so many possibilities that it is hard just to narrow down to a few ideas. My minor is teaching English to speakers of other laugnagues, so I have learned different ways to differentiate instruction that works for ESL students and all students. One easy thing to do is provide resources that will allow stude...

Thu Nov 22, 2018 11:28 AM in ESL Students & Science
Hello Katherine, I am also a preservice teacher at the University of Northern Iowa. My minor is teaching English to speakers of other languages, so I have been looking into how to best teach science to my future ELL students. There are a few small things you can do like talk slower, repeat, use visuals, word walls, step by step directions, or rephrasing. Some more in-depth concepts you could try ...

Mon Nov 05, 2018 9:04 PM in Classroom Management During Activites
Hi Tamar,  I'm also a pre-service teacher and thought about classroom management in a science classroom. I think that there are simple ways to create curriculum that keeps students engaged, which will then promote classroom management. I read an article that highlighted using a block center to create ramps and pathways for a physical science lesson. The kids are actively engaged because they w...