Laura Cortez

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Recent Posts by Laura

Thu Sep 06, 2018 11:40 AM in Future Elementary Teacher
Hello as a future elementary teacher, I would like to know how can I help the students view science in a way that they could relate to and make it more engaging?

Thu Sep 06, 2018 11:27 AM in How can science be more fun and exciting for students?
I agree with both Mary and Gabe, that it is important to let our students know what interest us as teacher and be able to shere that with them. Another way that I would try to make science interesting in engaging is to make hands on activities and maybe make them feel as scientist or archeologists. You could just try to make them feel part of the science world. Instead of staying with worksheets ...