STEM in Style

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United States - Illinois - La Grange Park
STEM in Style
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This fun, messy and interactive lab helps students determine the differences between chemical and mechanical weathering, using the power of ketchup to clean pennies.
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Students test the dissolution of sugar using granulated sugar and sugar cubes to determine the difference in rate between chemical and mechanical weathering.
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This package comes with everything you need to effectively teach Greek and Latin root words to your students! There is a Flipchart (for Promethean Boards) to be used for whole group instruction, as well as a series of worksheets that may be used
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We use this template to create Albert Einstein hair headbands to celebrate his birthday, March 14th! (Also happens to be Pi Day!) Template can be easily cut out and attached to a construction paper band and fitted to students' heads.
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This game can be used as a formative assessment to determine students' understanding of basic chemistry. It follows a "I Have - Who Has?" format, so that each student is responsible for a single piece of information. The students must answer each
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This is a great beginning of the year activity to get students moving around and introducing themselves to each other. It also can be a wonderful gauge of their background knowledge on your curriculum! We do a pre-activity to get across the point
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This game can be used as a formative assessment to determine students' understanding of basic biology. It follows a "I Have - Who Has?" format, so that each student is responsible for a single piece of information. The students must answer each
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have 5 years experience teaching middle school science and am currently an 8th grade teacher. I have a passion for lifelong learning and instilling that quality in my students.

MY TEACHING STYLE

My teaching style revolves around ensuring that the classroom is as student-centered as possible. I tend to assume the role of facilitator rather than lecturer, because I truly believe that is the best way for students to learn, especially in the field of science. I love watching my students explore materials and discover concepts on their own, collaborating with each other to create their own knowledge.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I received my Bachelor's of Science in Kinesiology from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Afterwards, I received a Master's of Arts in Teaching degree from National-Louis University. I am middle school endorsed in Language Arts, Physical Education, General Science and Biological Science. I am currently pursuing a second Master's in Educational Leadership.

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