Ashley Behringer

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Recent Posts by Ashley

Tue Dec 10, 2013 8:06 PM in No Time for Science
Hi Cybil, I am afraid I am facing the same problems you are. Currently, I am in a fifth grade classroom for my field study. I have noticed that the students do not learn science everyday; even though there is time set aside for science and social studies each day. What I have noticed is the teacher using this time for whatever they did not get to in language arts. I do think this has become an is...

Tue Dec 10, 2013 7:57 PM in Challenges in a Classroom
Hi Elaine, I appreciate your post because I am a pre-service teacher. I will be student teaching in less than a month; so this information will be very helpful to me. I feel like if you are able to keep students actively engaged, they will not act out. Does anyone have any classroom management strategies I could use for student teaching? I was wondering if anyone has any successful science routin...

Tue Dec 10, 2013 7:40 PM in Life Cycle Activities
Hi Holly, I am going into student teaching in spring. For one of my science classes, I had to work with my classmates to create a science workshop. Our workshop was about the life cycles of plants. Our workshop had 4 main stations. The first station was about seeds and germination. A week before our workshop, I put a lima bean in a plastic bag with a damp paper towel. I did this for each day for ...