Students at my school are inquisitive, compassionate, and creative. As future scientists, hands-on learning is so important to my students and truly valued. I am the science and health teacher at a 5-8 intermediate junior high school in rural area. My students are creative, thoughtful and full of questions!
They absolutely love hands-on, active, engaging projects and challenges that allow them to think outside the box to find solutions!
They come to school each day ready to try new things and take brave chances in order to grow both personally and academically.
Each child in my classroom absolutely loves learning, although the method and environment in which they learn best vary greatly. We incorporate a variety of learning strategies, lab work, group work, and alternative seating and learning options to ensure that each student's needs are met, right where they are!
They are truly an incredible group, and I am so lucky and thankful to have a new group of learners that are excited and ready to learn each year!
This is my students first year, for 7th and 8th graders, to have Science class in a lab. We are looking forward to a great year learning many meaningful and exciting science skills. My school is located in Arkansas. We are a Title I school. Many of our students live in poverty. Many of our students lack exposure needed to succeed in Science.
Help me give my students frogs, owls pellets, mats, and latex gloves needed for our dissection lab to learn about the body systems and
organs of the body, and the animals that owls prey upon.
They are eager to learn and need the opportunities to learn about Science in a hands on meaningful way.
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