Angeleyshka Curbelo

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Recent Posts by Angeleyshka

Mon Apr 27, 2020 3:48 PM in Methods & Strategies: Encouraging Student-Generated Questioning
Methods & Strategies: Encouraging Student-Generated Questioning Journal Article by: Jessica Cellitti and Christopher Wright  This article written by Jessica Cellitti and Christopher Wright was a really good tool to use to encourage students to ask questions in class. The students need to be curious about what they are going to learn about or work on. I agree with a quote mentioned in this article...

Mon Apr 27, 2020 3:45 PM in Early Years: A Lesson on Living Organisms
Early Years: A Lesson on Living Organisms Journal Article by: Peggy Ashbrook This article written by Peggy Ashbrook discusses the living organisms. It has a hands-on activity which can be used to give a lesson. I personally did not know a lot about seeds and what they needed to grow but one thing I learned from this article was that seeds need to have a certain amount of space in order to grow su...

Mon Apr 27, 2020 3:43 PM in Editor's Note: Early Childhood Engineering Experiences
Editor's Note: Early Childhood Engineering Experiences Journal Article by: Elizabeth Barrett-Zahn This article by Elizabeth Barrett was very educational and beneficial for all teachers. Helping the students to become problem solvers is such an amazing skill to have as a student. The students become investigators the second they step foot out of the mother's womb. This continues when they step foo...

Recent Public Collections by Angeleyshka

Plate Tectonics

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I chose the topic of Plate Tectonics because I believe it is really interesting to learn and fun to teach. As I have been passing through a lot of earthquakes and tsunami alerts it brings me the curiosity to learn more about it so that in the near future I can teach my students about this natural process. I believe it is really important to know about it and its consequences because it is something we should all be aware of.

External Resource: Plate Tectonics: Diverging, Converging, and Transform Boundaries
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External Resource: How Volcanoes Work: The Earth's Internal Heat Energy and Interior Structure
Type: External Resource