Anne Hargis

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Recent Posts by Anne

Thu Dec 06, 2018 6:12 PM in Journals for younger grades
Hello, I am currently involved with a second grade classroom, and I was curious on when a good age is to begin science journals? I want to start a month long unit where the students are writing down observations they see when the snow is hitting the ground and it is slowly turning Winter. What are so fun ways to involve them in learning about winter? Thank you, Anne Hargis Pre Service...

Thu Dec 06, 2018 6:08 PM in Engaging Students in Learning
Hello! This is a great question. There are many reasons as to ways students could be not engaged during class time and it is our job as teachers to make sure they get the best learning they can! One way to help the students engage in the learning process is MOVEMENT. Allowing the students to just simply walk around the room, dance to a song, or have chairs that allow them to wiggle will help t...

Wed Nov 28, 2018 10:13 PM in STEM-STEAM
Hello! I attened a middle school here in my town, and work with 6th graders who are interested in STEM-STEAM projects! We are running low on some ideas for them to create. What are some great/simple STEM-STEAM projects for them to do? Thank you, Anne Hargis Pre-Service Teacher Wartburg College