My students are young , vibrant, and very impressionable. They come to class eager to learn and share. I often call them my “young scientists” because of their inquisitive nature. Although, my classes consists of students from different socioeconomic statuses , several come from households that qualify for ‘free lunch’. These young minds have so much potential and it is my goal to help them reach it. I am excited to see how these young minds will progress over the academic year.
Chemistry deals with the study of atoms and how they react to each other. Sometimes it can be hard for students to visualize how atoms interact because they are unable to physically see them each tiny unit. A few simple art supplies, like markers and colored pencils, will enable me to incorporate activities in my lessons that allow students to be able to grasp complex concepts easier. These supplies will provide them with opportunities to create products which will allow them to see how these amazingly small particles interact to form everything around us. With coloring utensils, like markers, concepts like the difference between ionic and covalent bonds are easier to comprehend.
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