Roxana Rivas

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Recent Posts by Roxana

Sat Apr 11, 2015 4:45 PM in Advice for new teachers
Most of the comments in this forum have been of great help for me. I am also in student teaching and the more time I spend in the classroom the more confident I become. I have asked many of the teachers in the school I am currently in about what is important to do before and during the first year teaching. They gave me the same answers that I have read in the forum, having resources, a classroom m...

Sat Mar 28, 2015 3:51 PM in Cells can't be boring!!
I agree with you Cooperative learning and hands-on activities are the most effective ones when it comes to learning something, especially something complicated for students such as cells.

Sat Mar 28, 2015 3:40 PM in Weather and Elementary
At my school, the students learn by using their senses and making observations of the weather change. For example, students are taken out of their classrooms, outside of the school during a science weather lesson in order for them to observe how the environment looks and feels.

Recent Public Collections by Roxana

Cells and their functions

7 Resources

To promote students understanding of what objects and materials are made of cells. This collection contains materials that might help students figure out whether something is, or was once made up of cells.

Atomic Structure
Type: SciPack

Cells and Chemical Reactions
Type: SciPack