Re: Entry 1
- My name is Julie. I just got certified on Friday. What a relief. I
found entry one to be very difficult and I thought it would be my
worst score. It was my best score. I strongly suggest that you
directly involve the students with the technology. I think you will
score more points that way. Good luck. You can do it!!
--- In EASCI@yahoogroups.com, "spacefrog72003"
> My current focus for entry 1 was reproduction and heredity. Thesquare that
> artifacts I have so far show my indroduction to a punnett
> wasn't too effective with a couple of students. I then felt theneed
> to better explain the passing of traits to offspring by doing antechnology
> activity that incorporated the use of technology, but the
> was using the draw program on Microsoft word to create thepicture of
> their offspring. My final activity to show growth was the final teststudents now
> that incorporated the overall picture of the entire unit, but my
> focus was on the punnett square and the fact that these
> mastered the concept of passing traits. My question is, is thatnot
> incorporation of technolgy too week. It's using technology, but
> directly related to the science, just a way of showing the resultsof
> the lab. Anybody that has an opinion, I'd like to hear it.
- I used a popular kid with low self-esteem regarding classwork and an MR student with an incredible work ethic.Annette
shazrolane <shazrolane@...> wrote:
I'm trying to decide on which two students I should choose to discuss
and analyze for my Entry 1. Should I pick two students with special
needs? One low performing student and one high performing student? Two
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