Monthly Archives: April 2012

Introducing #elemsci

With so much attention being brought to reading and mathematics in our elementary classrooms, time for science (among other subjects such as social studies, art, music, and physical education) is being squeezed, and with it, the opportunities for professional development … Continue reading

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NSTA Resource Wrap-up!

With my new focus on elementary science this year, the National Science Teacher Association’s National Conference in Indianapolis was the perfect opportunity to pick-up some alternative perspectives and styles to teaching my new curriculum. I did not leave disappointed. The … Continue reading

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