Sat Nov 23, 2019 7:36 PM
This was a great article! As a pre-service educator, entering the field, I will follow everything that I have learned in my program. During the education program, they force us to focus on assessments as pre-assessment, formative assessment, and summative assessment. However, the author suggested otherwise.
Sat Nov 23, 2019 3:15 PM
I enjoyed looking through your resources. You really took your time in finding these great resources! (In which demonstrates how organized and ready you were for your lesson) I liked that although your lesson was focused on the properties of matter; your resources included many different ways not only to teach the properties of matter but different ways in which a child can learn. It included labs, pictures, materials, lesson plans, and informative resources. It was very informative! I will definitely be stealing some ideas from you! ;)
This collection includes all the resources I used for my Field Assignment #2.
I choose a little more than 6 resources because I found them all to be very informative and a great/fun way for the students to learn through not only the inquiry lesson/experiment but through visuals, connecting prior knowledge and research. As you may see, the majority of my collection includes resources that target, the lesson I am teaching to the students- volcanoes and their functions. However, you may also notice I included articles and resources which target physical/chemical properties. I applied prior knowledge using this resource since students were previously learning about the properties. I found all the resources to be very informative and very helpful when applied to my lesson. I am officially a volcano expert!!
What Happened to Our Volcano?
Type: Journal Article
Plate Tectonics: Plate Interactions
Type: Science Object