Top 10 Tools for Teaching Science. Be a H.O.T. Science Teacher!. Today’s Agenda:. Simulation: The “Old” vs. “New” Science classroom 2. Introductions 3. Next Door Neighbor Chat: Engaging Teaching Table Tools 4. Inquiry Activity/Where’s the Nuts? 5. Brain Break
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Excitement fills the eyes of students EVERY day upon entering a science lab.
WHY? Tools for Inquiry
Our youngsters are naturally filled with wonder, so why not nurture opportunities for students to take charge of their own learning with high quality, engaging, relevant tools designed for today’s classrooms.Engaging Tools
Volume of an Oreo vs. Double Stuffed
Plate Boundarieswith graham crackers &
M & M or Skittles Bingo
Sink or Float- Coke & Diet Coke
Snickers Bar- The Rock Cycle
Games as a Teaching Tool
Music as a Teaching Tool
Music is known to affect our feelings and energy levels. It can prompt memories, enhance brain activity and stimulate the mind.
Play music &Create music!!!
Here are some science music series:
“Blinding You with Science”
“The Jammin Classroom”
Bill Nye Science Guy music video
Sid the Science Kid songs
Go to You Tube , Teacher Tube & type in the topic
Suggestions for Effective use of
Reflective Science Journals:
1. Teacher teachestopic in class.
2. At the end of
each lesson, students write
in their Science Reflective
3. At the end
of week, teacher collects
SRJ to read.
4. Beginning of the
next week, teacher highlights
one or two interesting
questions in class.
5. As part of a follow up, teacher/students
with their peers
or with resources
suggested by the
Mingle, Mingle, Group!
The Finger & Thumb
AIMS (Human Graphs)
Every Science Stories