Megan Green

Megan has not updated the personal profile information on this page. Please contact Megan and make this suggestion!

Have you updated your profile?

Become part of the NSTA professional learning community, sharing digital resources, ideas, and classroom strategies, and connect and learn about those with whom you are collaborating!

Updating your profile is easy to do and allows others to learn more about you as part of the NSTA community, just click the "My Profile" link located at top of this page and begin entering your information. This professional profile space serves as the destination where you can find your NSTA certificates, NSTA conference transcripts, online activity log, total activity points, and the NSTA badges that you have earned for your online work. We encourage you to add your photo or image and to update your "Notification Preferences" for community forums discussions.

Recent Posts by Megan

Sun Oct 02, 2011 11:43 PM in Science Songs
As a future teacher, I am often asked to create a lesson plan with various learning style alternatives. When I saw your post about songs, I immediately noticed that through my classes, I have often neglected those who are musical learners. Various types of music are introduced as such a young age now, often times when the child is still a fetus, that I feel music has become second nature to most s...





Recent Reviews by Megan


Sun Oct 09, 2011 2:18 PM
4 Great in class article!
This article is great for in class use. Not only could you share this article with your students but it shows you (the teacher) ways in which to incorporate models, maps, and illustrations with in your lesson plan. This is a short, easy read that provides a lot of information, information that is great for understanding how models are useful tools for learning


Sun Oct 09, 2011 2:03 PM
4 Helpful!
This is a great resource for easily understanding science standards. I really enjoy the step by step instructions for how to implement activities, group work, etc into your lesson plans. As well, it also helps you collect information on what your students previously know and have knowledge in. This is a great tool to help teachers who might be unfamiliar in science teaching.