Re: [BULK] [EASCI] Quiet in here...where's everybody???
- I agree ~ there are no easy assessments to prepare for. I found it difficult to prepare for them, because I didn't know what to expect on any of them. I agree with "thescienceteacher," - go over the things you don't teach regularly. That ScienceSaurus book was a great help.Good luck,s
thescienceteacher <eden908@...> wrote:
I am sure there aren't any EASY assessments to prepare for. However,
I feel that subject content areas you have not taught in for awhile
should really be reviewed in regard to the National Science
Standards. I would definitely begin to review over these,investigate
students msiconceptions in those areas, etc. Also your written
entries should be those that you are most confortable with teaching
Hope that helps!
--- In EASCI@yahoogroups.com, "Kallie A. Hilyard" <hilyarka@p...>
> Yes, I was wondering why it was so quiet. But yes, I have a
> are the easiest assessments to prepare for? Thanks
- I can look at it, but I don't make any promises. For every accomplishment ask yourself, "So what?" If you can't answer it you'd better find something else. Are you allowed to share examples of your accomplishments? I had data to support mine as well. Choose that carefully making sure it is showing the best of your practice.good luck,s
vernon liggons <vliggons@...> wrote:
I have been woorying about entry #4 and trying to make
sure that every accomplishment impacts student
learning. Is anyone that was successful willing to
look over it when I finish.
Westover Middle School
Fayetteville NC 28348
--- thescienceteacher <eden908@...> wrote:
> So questions anyone?
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