There are always a few worthwhile exhibits to see at the Arts & Science museum. Checking out the future world exhibit with my bestie from NY made this exhibit even more memorable in my mind. We went on a Sunday afternoon, which meant crowds and a lot of kids. However, we still had fun and managed … Continue reading future world exhibit: where art meets science
Today, we had a belated celebration of Read Across America Day here in Asia. Each teacher had different Dr. Seuss books they read and an activity they did with it. Difference classes rotated to our classroom and enjoyed listening to Dr. Seuss. I read the book Bartholomew and the Oobleck, and had them make their … Continue reading SOLC#18: Oobly Oobleck
Photo by Martin Greffe released under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic Today in science class, I had students answer this question: What makes a great teacher? We are working on a project where they will be teaching other students about volcanoes. Since they will be taken on the role of a "teacher" I wanted them … Continue reading What Makes a Great Teacher?
I'm not a huge animal person, except for small cute dogs. Yesterday, my student brought in a praying mantis he caught to share with our class. He wanted to keep it on his desk, which is right near me, and I told him to keep it in his cubby. During lunch, some of my boys … Continue reading our newest member of our class…