Jasmine Aguilera

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Recent Posts by Jasmine

Fri Nov 28, 2014 10:50 AM in Are You Teaching about the Moon?
Thank you for sharing! I didn't know this much about our moon. I feel like I have a completely different view of our moon now, it opened my eyes. It was very interesting and now I have more to share with my students about the moon. Thanks again! -Jasmine

Fri Nov 28, 2014 10:44 AM in New teacher without text ....how do you create lessons without a book?
When you do not have a text book, you can research the topic you are going to teach and narrow it down to exactly what you want to teach. Then from there you can look up a video to use as an engagement to get the students hooked on learning about the topic. Then you could find something to allow the students to explore with or have them show you what they know about the topic by having them do som...

Fri Nov 28, 2014 10:34 AM in Matter and Change
These are great ideas I'm going to have to use them in my science lesson plans. I feel like I could not come up with ideas like this, I may just be thinking too hard because these are very simple and effective experiments. The students would also like these ideas because they are visual and very appealing to the eye since colors are changing, gases are present and visible (bubbling), and they get ...