Ryan Crim

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Recent Posts by Ryan

Mon Apr 16, 2018 3:23 AM in How do you take science home?
Make connections specific student's interests and their environment outside of school. If a student is fascinated with insects, challenge them to find as many different kinds as they can! You could do the same with spiders, or plants (maybe flowers or trees). Send them out on little scavenger hunt assignments that can peak their interest! I think it's great that you want to encourage students to e...

Mon Apr 16, 2018 3:09 AM in The Importance of a Classroom Safety Contract
I like your thinking on this matter. The safety of students in our classrooms is extremely important today, but the safety of educators is important as well. With the world of education as it is, there is a lot of room for error and we need to prepare ourselves for these risks. I absolutely agree that students should be expected to have their parents sign any form of contracts, for their safety an...

Sun Apr 15, 2018 10:31 PM in NSTA Learning Center Website
Carolyn, your post was of great help to me! I had been trying to locate how to access the advanced search function. It is not labeled "Advanced Search," so I thought I had been looking in the wrong place!