Tammy Huang

I am in the teaching credential program at SDSU. I enjoy my volunteer work in tutoring students in reading. My goal is to teach K-3rd.




Student at San Diego State University

Recent Posts by Tammy

Wed May 07, 2014 4:03 PM in Biomimicry
Hi! I am a student teacher and when I was writing my lesson plan about plants, I noticed that on the NGSS standards for kindergarten / first grade had biomimicry. I think that you can introduce biomimicry at a very young age, maybe even in preschool. When I was teaching my lesson about seeds and plants, I noticed that a few of my students were relating the seed coat to human skin or human coat...

Wed Apr 16, 2014 6:26 PM in Life Cycle Activities
Hi Holly, I am a student teacher right now and I did a lesson segment of the lifecycle of seeds to plants for my Kindergarten class. It can easily be modified and done for any grade. As they get older, it would be more detailed (e.g., reproductive parts of a flower, respiration, photosynthesis, etc). I also remember in class, our professor mentioned the lifecycle of a mealworm, fruit fly,...

Sun Apr 13, 2014 10:24 PM in Time Management
As a pre-student teacher, we have learned that if you finish your lessons early, you can try to do sponge activities. From what I have noticed from observing my kindergarten class, most of our time is wasted on classroom management. With the students being so young, we waste a lot of time on behavior management, getting them to listen nicely, line up nicely, etc. My guide teacher always reminds...