Nadirah McCray

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Recent Posts by Nadirah

Mon Apr 30, 2018 1:46 AM in 3 Dimensional Learning
The concept of 3 dimensional learning as it applies to the NSTA site and the Next Generation Standards seems a bit interesting. With the new way to teach science with the involvement of these three topics, the NSTA should have included a more detail specific explanation of what the 3 dimensions are and how they are applied to the learning of science/ I can  understand how to apply core ideas, pra...

Mon Apr 30, 2018 1:22 AM in Engaging Students in the Classroom
Engagement is very important for students while learning, especially in the science class where students may experience confusion with concepts. Being hands- on in the science classroom is always helpful in learning because often times, we have to "do" the project before we can  understand  project's concepts. Being someone who has rarely had easy experiences in learning scientific concepts, it h...

Mon Apr 30, 2018 1:11 AM in How do you take science home?
What a great question. This may be difficult as you try to keep students interested and learning. There are several interesting ways to get your students to enjoy science at home. Something interesting that one of my professors has given us as an ongoing project is to take home catepillars. We were required to log the progress and any observations as we observed the catepillars ate and grew, form...

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Tim and Moby Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration
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