Cassidy Rawson

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Recent Posts by Cassidy

Sun Nov 17, 2019 4:18 PM in Children's Literature
Hi Nancy! There are so many ways to incorporate literature into your science lessons! The easiest is to find books related to what you are teaching and incorporate them into your lesson. Especially in early elementary, this really adds to student learning. I included the link to an article about using literature to deepen science understanding.  https://www.edutopia.org/article/using-scienc...

Sun Nov 17, 2019 4:13 PM in Using GLOBE in Elementary
Hi Jill! Wow! This sounds like so much fun! I am a pre-service teacher and have not heard of the GLOBE app or curriculum until now. I would love more information about GLOBE and the app that you used for this lesson. 

Sun Nov 17, 2019 4:10 PM in Motion in Objects
Hi Gricelda! There are so many fun and engaging explorations that you can do with your students involving force and motion. I attached a link to 24 force and motion experiments for students. I would recommend creating centers with different explorations in each for students to rotate through.  https://www.teachjunkie.com/sciences/force-and-motion-experiments/