Megann Kinseth

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Recent Posts by Megann

Thu Dec 06, 2018 10:21 PM in Keeping Students Engaged
Hello Andrea,  My name is Megann Kinseth and I am a pre-service teacher at Wartburg Collge in Waverly, IA. I am an Elementary Education major with endorsements in reading and special education. There are a few simple ways to help get your students involved in the classroom. First, I am a big believer in Gardner's theory of multiple intelligences. I would create lessons that will help students ...

Thu Dec 06, 2018 10:01 PM in Core Books
Hello everyone! My name is Megann Kinseth and I am a fourth year pre-service teacher at Wartburg College in Waverly, IA. This is my last semester of classes before I student teach in January of 2019. I am currently finishing up my Content Area Reading Strategies course along with my Science Methods course and we dicussed making lessons cross-curricular and using different core books for a vari...

Fri Nov 30, 2018 12:22 AM in Recycling Lessons
Hello! My name is Megann Kinseth and I am a pre-service teacher at Wartburg College. Earlier this year, there was a group in my science methods class that demonstrated an oil spill activity to display the importance of taking care of our planet. The oil spill activity was interactive and hands on. Students (pre-service teachers) were given a pan with water and the teachers put vegetable oil an...