Alejandra Ledesma

Hola! My name is Alejandra. A little bit about me... I have been married for 12 years and we have two daughters, a soon to be 10 year old and a 4 year old. We stay pretty busy with them. I have been working in the hospitality industry for the last 10 years. Currently I only work on the weekends wish allows me to stay home with my girls during the week and to attend school full time. I enjoy working a hotel, I get to new meet people from all over traveling to GR. I also get a great deal in lodging which has allowed us to do some traveling. I am going into my last semester in the fall before student teaching and graduating in the spring of 2021. I am minoring in science, language arts and early childhood development. My heart is with the little kiddos, ideally I would like to teach preschool up to 1st grade. I enjoy science, there is so much to learn with many opportunities for hand on experiments & activities.

Location

MI

Recent Posts by Alejandra

Mon Jun 01, 2020 8:45 PM in Keeping kids interacting online
Great question Jordan, I am an elementary education student and this forum gave me some great insight. 

Mon Jun 01, 2020 8:45 PM in Keeping kids interacting online
What a great idea, I began to see the repetitive pattern in her assignments in all areas, not just science. Although they are done with the school year, I will take on your idea of journaling and taking it outside during our walks etc. 





Recent Reviews by Alejandra


Tue Jun 02, 2020 12:14 AM
4 Great webinar
This webinar was well worth my time. So many great ideas on how to teach language arts during science and vice versa. You can also find great recommendations of good books especially for elementary students that can hit both science and language art practices. Language arts and science complement each other, I’d never really thought about it that way.


Tue Jun 02, 2020 12:14 AM
4 Great webinar
This webinar was well worth my time. So many great ideas on how to teach language arts during science and vice versa. You can also find great recommendations of good books especially for elementary students that can hit both science and language art practices. Language arts and science complement each other, I’d never really thought about it that way.






Recent Public Collections by Alejandra


Weather and Climate

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Teaching through Trade Books: Weather Watchers
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Fabulous Weather Day
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Teaching Through Trade Books: Exploring Ecosystems
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The Early Years: Ecosystems, Up Close and Personal
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Podcast: NGSS Core Ideas: Motion and Stability: Forces and Interactions: Incorporating Engineering Practices
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Experiencing Friction in First Grade
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