Connor Neuroth

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Recent Posts by Connor

Fri Dec 07, 2018 8:55 PM in Integrating Science & Writing
Hello Carina,  I am a 3rd year pre-service teacher at Wartburg college and we talk about using cross-curricular in the classroom. I really like your idea of using cross-curricular in the classroom with the use of the weather. Maybe try using the weather for the students to journal about what they see outside and the temperature daily. Another idea, is that students could write a story about a ...

Fri Dec 07, 2018 9:49 AM in Technology in the Classroom
Hi, I am Connor Neuroth and I am a 3rd year pre-service teacher at Wartburg College. I am majoring in elementary education with a reading endorsement. I was wondering if anyone had any good technolgy resources that they use in their scinece classrooms that are effective? I want it to keep the students engaged and I want the technolgy piece to be benefitical for the students. Thank you in advan...

Fri Nov 30, 2018 11:30 AM in Outdoor Activity for Science Lesson Plan
Hi Lesley,  First this activity sounds to be really fun and helpful for the students. When you first go outside to do the activity I would set some rules and some consequences for not following the rules. I also would make sure that the students know the purpose of the activity and what you are hoping they would get out of this activity. When students are in groups it is important to equally d...