Katie Hemmert

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Recent Posts by Katie

Thu May 23, 2019 8:30 AM in Implementing STEM in my classroom
I love the idea of implementing STEM into any classroom, so I think this is a great idea! STEM is a great way to make learning fun for students, because they are doing things with their hands! Especially in kindergarten, I think it is so important to keep students moving! We are doing a STEM camp at my college this summer with some kiddos, and my group is hosting a "Pool Party" for our STEM group...

Recent Reviews by Katie

Thu May 23, 2019 8:17 AM
5 I love this resource!
I think this article is a great resource for both first year teachers and veteran teachers. This walks readers through exactly how a literature circle in science class would operate, giving ideas for jobs that each student could hold in the circle to make sure that each student is remaining on task throughout the time spent in the group. I think this is an example of giving each student the chance to be the "genius" for a specific task. I always loved when I got to teach my friends something in school, and this gives each student in the group the chance to contribute something to the group that only they know. Very exciting!