Roselyn Anglade

Location

MI

Affiliation

Florida International University

Recent Posts by Roselyn

Mon Oct 28, 2013 12:58 PM in From STEM to STEAM?
I actually just looked into the STEM question and as of right now have more questions than answers, but for the most part I think it could be beneficial for both students and educators. I think as a society we are in need of scientist, innovators and thinks, I believe the STEM program will help inspire individuals to look into these things. I don't believe that is should be our own focus as educat...

Mon Oct 28, 2013 12:53 PM in Ipads and other technology
I think that iPads can be a great asset to any science lesson, if used appropriately. Teachers must be care not to use the iPads to teach the lesson, they should only be used to enhance the lesson, so students should already know the uses and procedures for using iPads before the lesson begins. Many times when we decide to incorporate technology into our lessons we use it as means to teach the les...





Recent Reviews by Roselyn


Sat Nov 30, 2013 6:04 PM
5 All about Science
I think this a great collection for any science teacher in any grade. It goes over the basics of teaching science, and science inquiry. Inquiry is a very important part of a science classroom and many times overlooked and exchanged for the classical lecture method of teaching science. This collection also provides in depth detail about science safety, which is extremely important when you allow students to gather their own knowledge and form their own experiments. Safety is many times overlooked at in the elementary grades, but this collection corrects the misconception that elementary students cannot participate in certain laboratory experiments.Once again this a very good collection because it addresses all aspects of the science classroom, including Habits of Mind.


Sat Nov 30, 2013 6:04 PM
5 All about Science
I think this a great collection for any science teacher in any grade. It goes over the basics of teaching science, and science inquiry. Inquiry is a very important part of a science classroom and many times overlooked and exchanged for the classical lecture method of teaching science. This collection also provides in depth detail about science safety, which is extremely important when you allow students to gather their own knowledge and form their own experiments. Safety is many times overlooked at in the elementary grades, but this collection corrects the misconception that elementary students cannot participate in certain laboratory experiments.Once again this a very good collection because it addresses all aspects of the science classroom, including Habits of Mind.






Recent Public Collections by Roselyn


Nutrition

7 Resources

The following resources all relate to teaching nutrition for elementary students.



Chow Down! Using Madagascar Hissing Cockroaches to Explore Basic Nutrition Concepts
Type: Journal Article
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Going Bananas Over Fruit: Using Habits of Mind to Foster Nutritional Literacy
Type: Journal Article
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The Earth in the Solar System for Elementary Students

9 Resources

Resources that will help teachers on lessons for elementary students when discussing the earth and the solar system. Topics such as the moon, the sun, movement of earth and the seasons for younger students.



Teaching Through Trade Books: Seasons by the Sun
Type: Journal Article
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Take a Planet Walk
Type: Journal Article
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