Luz Alonzo

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Recent Posts by Luz

Wed Apr 11, 2018 11:15 PM in STEM After School Program
I love the idea! I was in the STEM program after school and we usually would built many experiments that required simple resources that are used in a everyday life. We usually had one main project as a team and each team would meet once/ twice a week to work on our projects. Before we worked on our main projects we would first do one simple projects individually or with a partner. I enjoyed so muc...

Wed Apr 11, 2018 11:05 PM in Learning Science Concepts through Play
Hello Kathy, Thank you for sharing the article. I essentially believe that these are children and the only way they will get engaged is through play, or amazing experiments. At the children center that I work play is an essential to the children and we allow them to be exposed of a balance that inside and outside play. Inside we have plays, we dance and have a lot of activities. Overall, I belie...

Wed Apr 11, 2018 10:52 PM in Periodic Table
Thank you for sharing! I also had a bit of trouble learning the periodic table, but I find the video really helpful and engaged. This will definitely work with any grade level. Always having a fun activity/ hands on in the classroom will definitely help the students understand the material. I know when I was in middle/high school it was usually paper and pencil which i think that's why I had diffi...