Nicole Anthony

I am achieving my double eagle from Georgia Southern University. I graduated in 2016 with a degree in biology and currently working towards getting my masters in teaching. I spent my time in between mt undergrad and masters pursuing marine biology and environmental education. I worked in the Florida Keys as a science teacher at a marine biology camp teaching animal behavior. Most recently I was an environmental educator at the 4H center on Tybee Island, teaching students from around the state of Georgia about their coastal environment.

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GA

Recent Posts by Nicole

Thu Mar 26, 2020 10:47 AM in Daily assessments
I am a student teacher and have been placed in two different classrooms thus far. I really love the idea of having a daily rubric that gauges the students' engagement each day. One way that my clinical supervisors have assessed the students is using tools like google plickers which allows you to ask the students a series of questions that you select and scan in the students' answers, you are able...

Thu Mar 26, 2020 10:38 AM in Teaching Reading and Writing
I am a student teacher, I agree with Shannon Dubois. One way my clinical supervisor teaches reading and writing in the science classroom is by having the student work on critical responses, she instructs the students they need to write in complete sentences and gives them guidelines on what they need to include in their response. There are many ways to incorporate reading and writing in a science...

Thu Mar 26, 2020 10:11 AM in Getting Students to Ask Questions
I am a student teacher and one thing that I think gets the students asking questions is introducing a phenomenon at the beginning of a unit, and referring to this phenomenon throughout the unit. Having the students get introduced to a phenomenon at the beginning of the lesson they become intrigued, and will more likely begin asking many questions trying to solve the "why" or "how" of the phenomen...





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Scientific Inquiry

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The Necessity of Teaching Evolution
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Commentary: Using Critical Thinking Skills to Counter Misinformation
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