Emma Moss

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Recent Posts by Emma

Wed Dec 05, 2018 11:27 AM in Incorporating STEM into Literacy
Hello!  I would like to incorporate STEM topics into my literacy lessons, I am looking for elementary level books that would incorporate STEM topics that I could read to my students?    Emma Moss Pre Service Teacher Wartburg College

Wed Dec 05, 2018 11:24 AM in How do you keep students engaged in the topic?
Tiffani,  This is a very good question and I know it is an issue that many teachers run to. In order to get your students to pay attention to your content, you need to present your manner in a way worth paying attention too. Something you could try in a science setting is having a demonstration at the beginning of class that is presented with great showmanship that draws students in! Another t...

Wed Nov 28, 2018 6:39 PM in STEM to STEAM
Hello!  In my pre-service classroom, we do field experience hours at the local middle school in a unique class called "makers space." This class is for students to learn more about science and be extremely hands on, they are almost in control of their own learning in this class. My group that I work with is called "STEM to STEAM" meaning that we actually have students construct and build items...