Emily Williams

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Recent Posts by Emily

Wed Mar 13, 2019 12:33 PM in Field Trips
Hi there! I am a second grade teacher in the Nashville, TN area, and we are actually getting ready to take a field trip to the Adventure Science Center in Nashville this month! I love this field trip because the center is like a giant indoor science playground and even has a large dome shaped theater and gravity swings.  If you live anywehere near any kind of science center or discovery center an...

Wed Mar 13, 2019 12:26 PM in Science Small Groups
Hey there! I teach second grade in Middle Tennessee, and in my classrom, I get to teach my students all of the subjects.  We are used to and love doing small groups and stations for reading and math, but I am curious about trying to incorporate some science small groups and stations.  I have tried doing small groups with science and I love how deep the discussions can go when I am meeting with 5 ...

Wed Feb 13, 2019 8:28 PM in Music in Science
Changes by David Bowie for physical and chemical changes! :)

Recent Reviews by Emily

Tue Mar 19, 2019 4:50 PM
5 Life Under the Microscope!
I am a second grade teacher, and I personally thought this SciPack was a great module for me to go through because I was able to recall some things I had learned in high school as well as clear up some misconceptions I had since then. For example, I was able to to learn the difference between prokaryotic cells and eukaryotes. For second grade science standards in TN, I am able to relate the information in the scipack about cells to the life science standards because we teach our students about the body parts and their functions for animals and the scipack allowed me to get a better understanding of what goes on at the microscopic level. Overall, the module ran smoothly except for when I struggled to get videos or interactive parts to load on Google Chrome. I also wish my responses saved throughout the objects so I could refer back to previous pages to help answer questions and so I could go over them before taking the assessment.

Recent Public Collections by Emily

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9 Resources

Will It Float?
Type: Journal Article

Natural Resources: Outdoor Classrooms
Type: Journal Article