Lillian Muller

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Recent Posts by Lillian

Thu Oct 01, 2020 10:14 PM in Formatively Assessment
First, I believe that this article is really useful for science teachers because it gives us new ways to embed formative assessment into our lessons. The sequential model was the first discussed and it talked about going from DCI to SEP to CCC. Essentially, you give feedback on each aspect and the feedback on one aspeck and be used to move to the next domain. Personally, I believe that this model...

Thu Sep 24, 2020 10:59 PM in Butterly Wings
First and foremost, I found that this lesson requires a lot of critical thinking from students; I really enjoyed this aspect of the lesson. One of the aspects I really liked about this particular lesson was the teacher based a lot of the information off of prior knowledge and then building on top of said information. I think that this is really important because it allows for students to understa...

Fri Sep 11, 2020 12:47 AM in Beyond the Hook
One of the things that I found interesting about the article was that students learn best when actievly engaging in an activity. Therefore, at the beginning of the article when they talk about showing a video to enage students at the beginning of the lesson, it would be ineffective; or at least less effective. I belive it would be more effective to have students egnage in a introduction hands-on ...





Recent Public Collections by Lillian


Life Science (LS)

22 Resources



Informal Life Science.pdf
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Convervation of Matter in Life Sciences.pdf
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Physical Science (PS)

20 Resources



Measuring Shadows to Calculate the Size of Earth
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Understanding Chemical and Physical Changes
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The Sun's Energy
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Student-Centered Learning in an Earth Science, Preservice, Teacher-Education Course
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