Hayle Gaul

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Recent Posts by Hayle

Thu May 02, 2019 11:23 AM in Incorporating science in a family vacation trip
Hello, A great way to integrate science into family trips is by making them exciting and have deep discussions. I recommend taking many photos as well as videos to give your students an experience that is authentic. Know your curriculum and how you can tie the things you have planned on your trip rather than how you can tie your trip to standards. Teaching is really impacting, but we need our ...

Thu May 02, 2019 11:16 AM in The 3R's 5E Lesson Plan
A good way to integrate the 3 R's into your classroom could be collecting paper. Schools use so many papers the materials would be able to find easily within the school's walls. You could reuse them to build stools or other future for your classroom library (Google has many instructions on how to do this). You could also make posters to hang around the school to inform and motivate students to re...

Thu May 02, 2019 11:07 AM in Science Trips
Pam,  If you live close to a university you could visit their science department, or you could pair with a science teaching in your high school to create a field trip to a high school classroom in your school district. You may even be able to walk there! You could then have them pair with a high school student to do an experiment that connects to both grades standards. Universities often have ...