Alesha Cole

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Recent Reviews by Alesha


Tue May 05, 2015 4:33 PM
4 Fun Learning
What a fun and exciting way to get students involved in their learning. And talk about integration. Students have the experience to get the experience of the court system as well as learning the terminology of cells.


Tue May 05, 2015 3:11 PM
4 Classification is everywhere!!!
I particularly enjoy how this article demonstrates the connection of classification in everyday life, such as going to the supermarket. Classification is a skill that all students need to have and as time goes on, by building from what they have already learned, students will be able to classify much more complex materials and be more specific about the classifications that they use. I feel that this is a very important skill for students to have.


Tue May 05, 2015 2:58 PM
5 Rock Day Activity
What a great experience for first graders and hands on learning of rocks and rock cycles. I am fascinated with how they developed a plan for students to better understand the meaning of difficult vocabulary. It also provokes some level of parent involvement and active engagement with students and their learning. The activities that they provide for students utilize a variety of different learning styles in order to incorporate learning for all students.






Recent Public Collections by Alesha




Atomic Structure
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Atomic Structure
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Cells and Chemical Reactions
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Student-Centered Notebooks
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Science Notebook Essentials
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