Danielle Moss

Hello! I’m Danielle Moss and I was born and raised in Salt Lake City, Utah. I moved to Hawaii about four years ago to go to college and dance here at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. I am currently an Elementary Education student, specializing in special education. I enjoy doing everything outdoors such as hiking, swimming, running, and paddle boarding.

Location

HI

Recent Posts by Danielle

Sat Nov 30, 2019 9:07 PM in STEM in the Special Education
Hello! I am currently a student at the Universtiy of Hawaii at Manoa! This semester I am doing field experience in a FSC classroom and have struggled on how to teach STEM to my studnets. I think that it is so important that my students have experience and are exposed to STEM as much as possible. However, I feel like I could use more support and experience on how to appropriately scaffold the m...

Sat Nov 30, 2019 9:01 PM in Gardening at school with young children
Hello,  I really appreciated your attatchment because I have always been so drawn to doing a classroom garden to promote involvement, responsiblity, and community within the classroom. Thank you again! Regarding your question, I think that wither way would be beneficial for the kids becuase it just depends what you want to use the garden for. If it is just to promote community and healthy life...

Sat Nov 30, 2019 8:57 PM in Natural Sources of Water
Hello, I actually love your idea of incorporting play-doh into the lesson. I think that it would be a perfect manipulative to use for this inquiry. The only way that the play-doh would be distracting for the students would be if they are not adequately prepared to use it responsibly. For this I would say that pre-teaching them on how to use play-doh for academic reasons is essential. I also wo...





Recent Public Collections by Danielle


Energy Ideas for FSC

9 Resources

Resources for lessons that incorporate energy, ramps, and mathematics that can be modified for FSC classrooms.



The Early Years: Roll With It
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Spring Into Energy
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