Susan Lee

Current student at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County :)

Recent Posts by Susan

Tue Mar 27, 2012 2:25 AM in Nutrition
Nutrition is one of my favorite topics, not only to teach, but to learn about. I am strongly for healthy choices and strongly against poor eating habits and childhood obesity. I was going to post the Nutrition SciPack, but Patricia already did. I'm currently planning a lesson on involving reading the nutrition label which is great exposure to young kids on how to make better choices and it shows w...

Tue Mar 27, 2012 2:19 AM in Making Science FUN!
You definitely sound enthusiastic and passionate about teaching science which is unfortunately something many teachers lack. These days, it's all about math and reading. However, I remember in Elementary School, science was the best part because my teachers made it so fun, interactive, and hands-on. We got to do cool experiments, touch things, and make messes. It was so fun that it didn't even see...

Tue Mar 27, 2012 2:14 AM in Stars and Galaxies
Thanks for the great resources! I recently became interested in teaching heavily on the solar system and these links are definitely helpful especially one of the lesson I plan to teach is about constellations.





Recent Reviews by Susan


Tue Feb 21, 2012 4:13 PM
4 Great Resource for Teaching
This is definitely a helpful handout for teachers who are teaching whatever grade because it includes useful guides for each level from Elementary to High School. It also shows teachers what each grade is expected to learn and it gives a few examples and ideas for each lesson the students are expected to learn.


Tue Feb 21, 2012 4:06 PM
4 Interesting Read on Poor Pluto
Growing up in the 90's, I will forever know Pluto as the ninth planet. When learning about the planets, I was always taught the mnemonic, My Very Educated Mother Just Showed Us the NIne Planets which I still use today regardless of what recently happened. Nowadays, it's interesting how the new standby mnemonic has changed as well. Nevertheless, this article was definitely an interesting read. I never really understood why Pluto had to be classified as a dwarf planet, so this was an insightful reading. It is also useful for teachers because it even includes a "Question for Students" section and displays a chart of the planets and dwarf planets and how they compare with each other. Overall, this article definitely helped explain the reasoning for Pluto's new classification in way that teachers can explain to their own students as well.






Recent Public Collections by Susan


Outdoor Lessons

7 Resources



Nature in the City: Outdoor projects for urban schools
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Box Up Your Habitat
Type: Journal Article
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NLC_collection.docx
Type: User uploaded resource



The Early Years: Light Foundations
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