Monthly Archives: October 2015

Introducing sequential concepts

At the beginning of the school year, at the Glacier Teacher-Fellow orientation, Jen and I devised a curriculum based on the newly written science standards constructed by the three-district partnership. These new science standards aligned with the next-generation science standards … Continue reading

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Reflection on a recent successful lesson

A recent lesson that we taught that was particularly engaging for the students was titled “The Human Model of the Atom”. This model involved slowly setting up an atom and involving the kids as electrons. Through this lesson, we hoped … Continue reading

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