Stephanie Bravo

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Recent Posts by Stephanie

Sun Dec 06, 2015 12:22 AM in reward system?
In my classroom we have a built in school wide reward system where students receive something called lab loot which is essentially fake money. They receive a loot when they go above and beyond expectations. They are able to save up and go to our school store to buy items. It really does work with all students. Because I do not want them to always expect this, I try not to do it so often. It keeps ...

Sun Dec 06, 2015 12:18 AM in Reflections
Do you find it effective to have students write a reflection in their journals about the lesson? If so, how do you have them to write a meaningful reflections to the lesson?

Sun Dec 06, 2015 12:14 AM in Keeping Up With All Subjects
I understand your situation. We are behind in social studies in my classroom. It gets hard when you have to keep moving forward and teach everything and make sure your students understand the concepts. I do agree with Maranda. It helps to have thematic units which can attain to a variety of subjects. It does take much more planning because you plan around different subjects but in the end, I think...

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Science Readings

19 Resources

Podcast: Energy: Stop Faking It! Energy, Heat, and Heat Transfer: Thermal Energy
Type: Podcast

Research and Teaching: A New "Class" of Undergraduate Professors: Examining Teaching Beliefs and Practices of Science Faculty With Education Specialties
Type: Journal Article