Annika Krieg

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Recent Posts by Annika

Fri Dec 07, 2018 11:29 AM in Other Types of Assessments?
Hello Henry! My name is Annika Krieg and I am a preservice Elementary Education student at Wartburg College. That is definitely a challenge to evaluate your students in various ways in order to gain a full perspective on their progression of learning. Im my science methods class, we've discussed various methods of assessment; including the scientific method for experiment journaling, KWL (Know...

Fri Dec 07, 2018 10:42 AM in Correlating Science in the Reading Classroom
Hello! My name is Annika Krieg and I am a preservice Elementary Education student at Wartburg College. In my science methods class, we have repeatedly discussed the importance of cross-curricular approaches in the classroom. The STEM model has been extremely influential in demonstrating crosscutting concepts to effectively model and teach students how to make connections between other subjects, ...

Thu Nov 29, 2018 10:37 PM in Kindergarten Centers
Hello Linda! My name is Annika Krieg and I am a pre-service teacher at Wartburg College in Waverly, IA. In numerous classes I've had the privelage of taking, we discussed the significance of hands on activities in a constructivist classroom setting in order to encourage children to discover, learn, and create on their own. Constructivism is a student-centered learning approach which allows stu...