Tag: classroom

Teaching Science Without a Textbook

What do most people think of when “science” pops to mind? Lab coats, microscopes, rulers, fume hoods, and other lab equipment likely enter the front of most everyone’s imaginations when “science” crosses their consciousness. Science is currently a nationwide standard by which students’ and schools’ comprehension and performance are compared to one another. However, science […]

Terri Wattawa

A Teacher’s Reflection, Part 1

  So, I find myself back in front of a science classroom, with 150 sleepy high school students and a killer lab set up courtesy of school funding circa 1950.  They really knew how to set a teacher up back then…but I am getting ahead of myself.   Full disclosure, I haven’t been a full-blown teacher since […]

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