Diana Hernandez

My name is Diana Hernandez and I am a student teacher. My interests include traveling and reading books. I plan to teach the 2nd grade in the Spring of 2019 :) I want to teach because I want to be the person students need to believe in themselves, I want to be a motivator for our future.

Location

TX

Recent Posts by Diana

Wed Feb 06, 2019 8:10 PM in 2nd grade
I am a preservice teacher and I am currently working with 2nd graders. I would like to know more activities about what I can incorporate in my classroom. My mentor teacher does not do much science, the day is so packed that she does not get to spend too much time in science but rather in math and reading. The students don't have a science lab either. What are some quick, yet strong content ativit...





Recent Reviews by Diana


Thu Apr 25, 2019 4:00 PM
5 How uncool is Global Warming?
This is a great resource for teachers to introduce awareness of Global Warming to their students. The article gives information on how to develop environmental Awareness as a student. This article allows the teacher to enhance the importance of students as one person and making a difference through their citizenship. The article also addresses a model for creating a multi sensory Instructional pack, it is a great article that explains steps by step the MIP model, content and Description.There is a learning styles model and it clears any misconceptions for the modeling as a teacher of the model.






Recent Public Collections by Diana




Poetry and the Environment: Poetry enhances children's study of the environment and provides a link with science and the language arts
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"Clued In" to Their Environment
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Force, Motion & energy

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Gravitating Toward Reggio: Let the children lead their learning about the concepts of forces and motion
Type: Journal Article
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Teaching Through Trade Books: May the Force Be with You!
Type: Journal Article
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Matterand Energy

26 Resources



Energy: Fuel for Thought
Type: Journal Article
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Methods and Strategies: Why Demonstrations Matter
Type: Journal Article
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