Karina Redondo

Florida International University - Elementary Education Student

Recent Posts by Karina

Fri Nov 30, 2018 5:56 PM in Keeping Students Engaged
Andrea, keeping the students engaged in a lesson is important. Not only does this help with classroom management but it also usually means the students are interested in what they are learning. Some ways to keep them engaged is to conduct hands on activities, incorporate virtual dissection labs if the lesson calls for it, educational videos, and group discussions are all great ways to keep studen...

Fri Nov 30, 2018 5:52 PM in Gardening at school with young children
Hi Peggy, I think this is a great idea. Creating a good environment for students is important. Not only does it make the school look full of life but it gives students a feeling of comfort in their school environment. This is a great way for studets to participate in a hands on activity and learn about different plants. 

Fri Nov 30, 2018 5:51 PM in Gardening at school with young children
Hi Peggy, I think this is a great idea. Creating a good environment for students is important. Not only does it make the school look full of life but it gives students a feeling of comfort in their school environment. This is a great way for studets to participate in a hands on activity and learn about different plants. 





Recent Reviews by Karina


Fri Nov 02, 2018 11:49 AM
5 Water Cycle
Hi Angie, I really enjoyed your collection of resources for the water cycle. I taught this lesson a few semester back and looking at your resources helped me realize the many different things I could have targeted and used to teach a group of students. This is a good set of resources for the lesson you plan to teach.






Recent Public Collections by Karina


Classroom Safety

2 Resources



Safety First: Feather, Feet, and Fin Safety in the Classroom
Type: Journal Article
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Introduction To Safety In Science
Type: Book Chapter
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Animal Habitats

4 Resources



Drawing on Student Understanding: Using illustrations to invoke deeper thinking about animals.
Type: Journal Article
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Exploring Animals, Glossopedia Style
Type: Journal Article
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Science 101: How do plants make their own food?
Type: Journal Article
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Students' Ideas About Plants: Results from a National Study
Type: Journal Article
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