Nayeli Salas

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Recent Posts by Nayeli

Sun Apr 15, 2018 10:11 PM in Managing Student Behavior
Hi Danielle, I am a preservice teacher in a 4th-grade classroom. I am in the same boat as you. The classroom I am in is self-contained and science is on our schedule for the last 45 minutes of the day. The kids are ready for the day to be over and go home. It is crucial to try to make the best of the time we have. Hands-on activities (foldables, exploring, researching) are what works best for ...

Sun Apr 15, 2018 9:40 PM in Field Trips
Hi Jessica, I am a preservice teacher in Houston, Texas. Some of our methods classes have given us projects to where we were required to go out and explore our city. The goal was to find a way to make connections between our city and classroom. Two places to which I made the most connections to Science was the Children's Museum and The Museum of Natural Science. An advice would be to spend a day...

Sun Apr 15, 2018 3:01 AM in Animals in the classroom?
Hi Tyler, I am a preservice teacher and this was a great topic to read about. Once I have my own classroom, my goal is to have a classroom pet as well. I will be taking the advice everyone has given you in the previous comments into consideration when preparing for my own classroom. As many people have mentioned, a great place to start is within your district. Ask the administration in your sc...