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Recent Posts by An

Sun Mar 25, 2018 7:43 PM in Science Fair
Here is a good article about how effective science fair is with NSTA's mentions too, the result might surprise you: https://qz.com/367007/science-fairs-arent-actually-preparing...-anything/

Sun Mar 25, 2018 7:23 PM in Keeping Students Engaged
Using the 5E model of lesson planning is actually a good way to start. If you're looking specifically into things that keep them engaged for the whole period, then I suggest implementing STEM into your classroom. Here are a few examples of STEM activities for Elementary children: http://www.teachjunkie.com/sciences/stem-challenges/

Sun Mar 25, 2018 7:17 PM in Amount of time for science in the classroom
I agree with you completely on the fact that science is being rushed/slowly pushed out to shift the focus to Math and Reading. In my school they have ancillary for Science at most twice a week. Because of that, I would really suggest building your library or integrating some aspects of STEM into the curriculum that you teach daily. For examples, I'm using books about natural phenomenons such as st...





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Electromagnetic Induction
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Looking At Density From Different Perspectives
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