Ashley Barlow

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Recent Posts by Ashley

Sun Mar 24, 2019 11:31 PM in Implementing STEM
I personally feel that STEM is best taught through lots of hands on experiments and lessons. Especailly when it comes down to teaching young children. Hands on activities will excite them about leanring this new topic. Typically when a child fins exctiment in learning, that lesson tends to stick with them for awhile and they truly learn what we are teaching them. 

Recent Public Collections by Ashley

Quicksand Query: Using a popular fallacy to teach about density and volume
Type: Journal Article