Low Tech, High Touch Science


by
Stephanie Knudsen June 25, 2012


Presented at:
SCL Conference 2012

ABSTRACT:

Science needs to be a hands on subject. That means that students need materials to touch and investigate. Come and explore the materials I use in the classroom. In this workshop we will review how to acquire a collection of items for exploration, how to get students outdoors and engaged with nature, and where to find free support to expand your repertoire in the life sciences.


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Classroom Science Students Teaching


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Stephanie Knudsen
Stephanie M. Knudsen has been teaching first grade for the last 11 years teaching first grade at Trinity Academy of Raleigh in Raleigh, North Carolina. She has taught in Japan, North Carolina, and Virginia. Her life outside of school includes her being a farmer, lover of the great outdoors, and a reader of books.

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