Malari Finamore

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Recent Posts by Malari

Sun Nov 20, 2016 5:31 PM in Academic Language
Hi Cara! I just received my Science & Children magazine in the mail and I'm going to have to check this article out. I'm a preservice teacher and I have been learning a lot about academic language this semester. I think that the more that you have your students write, the better they will develop their academic language. I was in a classroom where the students started out like your students. T...

Sun Nov 20, 2016 5:25 PM in Computers in the Classroom
Hi! Computers are very helpful in the classroom. School districts are starting to incorporate computers into the classroom for teachers to use in all of their lessons. In order to incorporate computers in to science lessons, it would be a good idea to show students real-life examples of what you are teaching them. If you are teaching them about space, show them videos of stars or some clips th...

Fri Nov 04, 2016 1:03 PM in How to Get Students to Look At the Night Sky
Hi Adah, There are so many resources available for students who are unable to see the night sky. If you search online, I think that you are able to find live cameras that you can look at the night sky in real-time. If you or the students are unable to gain access to these videos, try YouTube. I love astronomy and I can find videos on the night sky and look at them on there. I hope this recom...

Recent Public Collections by Malari


3 Resources

Discovering Trees: Not Just a Walk in the Park!
Type: Journal Article

Teaching Through Trade Books: Talking Trees
Type: Journal Article