Samantha Sebbio

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Recent Posts by Samantha

Tue Nov 27, 2018 10:15 PM in Review of “Linking Classroom Instruction and Assessment to Standardized Testing” By Elizabeth Hammerman
Review of “Linking Classroom Instruction and Assessment to Standardized Testing” By Elizabeth Hammerman When I was younger I was never a good standardized test taker.  I struggled with timed tests and answering questions that were supposed to be things that I have already learned.  I remember saying to myself why can’t I be a good test taker like some other students in the class. However, I r...

Tue Nov 27, 2018 10:05 PM in Review of “Preventing Bullying at Your School” By Michael Bratsis
Review of “Preventing Bullying at Your School” By Michael Bratsis I remember not wanting to go to school because I was bullied in the fifth grade. My bullying never got physical but they would call me names and say that I was gay because I never had a boyfriend. I hated being in school at that time and my teachers did nothing about it because that is what growing up is.  I did poorly that yea...

Tue Nov 27, 2018 9:58 PM in Review of “After the Bell- The middle school connection: Fostering alliances with parents” By: Gregory Flynn
Review of “After the Bell- The middle school connection: Fostering alliances with parents” by Gregory Flynn One of my main worries when becoming a teacher is speaking to the parents.  I do not want them to hate me as a teacher or think that I am a bad fit for their children.  I want to make sure that the parents trust me with their sons or daughters and I know this can be a hard thing.  I als...





Recent Public Collections by Samantha


The Flow of Energy in a Food Chain

13 Resources

This is a collection of resources to teach the flow of energy in a food chain to fifth graders.



Food Webs and Energy Pyramids: Bedrocks of Biodiversity
Type: User uploaded resource



Food Chains Compilation: Crash Course Kids
Type: User uploaded resource