Kate Campbell

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Recent Posts by Kate

Fri Dec 14, 2018 8:38 AM in Assigning Homework
I think homework can aid in students learning, when done the right way. Giving students busy work is beneficial for anyone involved. Giving students homework with meaning will actually help them with their learning. I think a packet of related  worksheets could help students. But we also need to be aware when assigning homework, that not all students go home to an environment where homework will ...

Fri Dec 14, 2018 8:28 AM in Poverty's Effects on Learning
Hello.  I agree with you 100%. During my middle school and high school days I remember having to go out and get supplies on my own for projects like posterboard, glue, colored pencils, and other supplies. To combat this a teachers, we could make sure the projects we are assigning are realistic for each student and making sure that our lessons aren't to demanding of our students. We could also ...

Fri Dec 14, 2018 8:13 AM in classroom management during experiments
Hi Selena. This is a great topic to bring it up because it's very important to think about during experiments that involve materials that the students might not be used to or know how to handle. The first thing to do is when planning for the lesson make sure that the students know there are clear expectations of what to do and what not to do during the activity/ experiment.  Also going over th...