Daniel Price

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Recent Posts by Daniel

Mon Apr 29, 2019 9:12 PM in Moon Phases
Hello Tiffany,   I taught a lesson to 5th graders a while ago about the moon phases. The purpose of the lesson was to have them realize that the moon looks different at different times during the month. To do this, I had a small styrofoam ball attached to the end of a pencil. The students would them stand in a circle around a light bulb and hold their "moon" out in front of them. They would...

Mon Apr 29, 2019 6:47 PM in Safety Rules in the Classroom
Hello, Safety in the science classroom is very important but I also think that learning the safety rules in the classroom can be fun. I am wanting to teach in the middle school classroom and I have taken some tips from my wife who is a high school science teacher. In the first few weeks of class, she has the students go on a scavanger hunt in the classroom where they are asked to find the fire...

Fri Apr 12, 2019 10:24 PM in STEM
Hello, I am currently taking a Science Methods class at the University of Northern Iowa. We were just discussing this in class today and we found out that students learn best when they are playing. There is a room at UNI where we were able to explore some of the different STEM play activities and it was really fun and challenging at the same time. We played with tops to see which one spun the bes...