Vanessa Pham

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Recent Posts by Vanessa

Sun Nov 03, 2019 10:30 PM in Activities related to Candy! (11/03/19)
Hello Science Educators! My name is Vanessa Pham and I am currently a pre-service teacher studying Teaching Methods of Science. Recently in my Teaching Methods of Science class, I learned that I can open up interest in the lesson to the students by using something they can relate to, like candy. From this topic alone, we came up with several ways of graphing and classifying as a STEM connectio...

Sun Nov 03, 2019 10:26 PM in Informal Science Teaching Sound (10/27/19)
My name is Vanessa Pham and I am currently a pre-service teacher studying Teaching Methods of Science. Recently I visited the Maryland Science Center and saw how children can learn about how sound interacts with air and objects using a vibration speaker. This is a vibration speaker for reference: https://www.google.com/url?sa=i&source=images&cd=&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=2ahUKEwjf4e3Szc_lAhXum-AKHbHa...

Sun Nov 03, 2019 10:22 PM in Teaching Science and History (10/20/19)
My name is Vanessa Pham and I am currently a pre-service teacher studying Teaching Methods of Science. Recently I went over a history lesson about mummies and Egyptians. How can I use scientific methods to teach fields like archeology? For example I know I can definitely get students to use engineering when I teach them about irrigation methods. Thank you! Vanessa Pham UMBC 2020 Psycholo...





Recent Public Collections by Vanessa




Hands-On Thunderstorms: Activities to help students and teachers understand thunderstorms and severe weather
Type: Journal Article
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Science 101: What Is Acid Rain?
Type: Journal Article
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