Alexa Montas

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Recent Posts by Alexa

Tue Dec 03, 2019 11:13 PM in Using Science Notebooks for Assessment/Evaluation
I believe that having Science notebooks are a great way to assess students. I believe that having these notebooks benefit the teacher and student because the teacher is able to see the strengths and weaknesses that the student is having with a particular topic. The teacher can see the way the thought process that goes into the work of the student. It also benefits the students because the student...

Tue Dec 03, 2019 10:31 PM in Creating a lesson for children with mental disabilities
It is very important that as a teacher you include all types of students in class activities! I read this article "Supporting Special Needs: Including Special Needs in the Classroom" by Kathleen Conn (found on this site) and it really helps answering the question "how can I include students with special needs in my classroom?" The article highlights the importance of focusing on what the child sp...

Tue Dec 03, 2019 10:00 PM in Gardening at school with young children
I beieve that it'd be best to create a garden with your students in the spring due to the fact that you may have more successful outcomes if you decide to create a garden outside instead of creating one in the classroom. Although students would have to wait until the spring time to begin planting flowers and plants, teachers and students can use the time prior to the spring season to plan and pre...

Recent Public Collections by Alexa

living organisms

8 Resources

Living or Nonliving?
Type: Journal Article

Science 101: Q: How Do We Distinguish Between Living and Nonliving Things?
Type: Journal Article