Kennedy Kraus

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Recent Posts by Kennedy

Fri Nov 30, 2018 3:51 PM in Approaching Misconceptions
Hi Annika! I am also a pre-service teacher studying at the University of Northern Iowa. I am also currently taking a Science Methods course and we have touched on misconceptions for students in class. One of the topics that we have been talking a lot about is different phenomena. If we present phenomena to the students, it may show them their misconceptions so they can have a new understanding of...

Fri Nov 30, 2018 3:46 PM in Keeping Students Engaged
Andrea, I am a student at the University of Northern Iowa, and currently in a Science Methods course. We have been working a lot with presenting the students with different phenomena to keep them engaged. It is great for students to see the different phenomenon and work with the class to figure out how, or why it happens. This is an excellent thing to use in the class because there are many diffe...

Tue Nov 06, 2018 12:32 PM in Incorporating STEM in Kindergarten
Hi Alondra, I am a preservice teacher at the University of Northern Iowa, and in my Science Methods course we have been talking a lot about the importance of STEM in the classroom. I like that you are thinking about different ways and activities that will be helpful for the kindergarten students. One thing that I have learned in my class that I believe to be critical is to present the students...