I’m due to start teacher training for secondary chemistry in November, but I broke my shoulder on the arm a write with. Do you think this will pose a major problem, and do you have any tips for teaching without using a whiteboard for a while? Thanks!
I broke my shoulder 2 months ago and had surgery on it, so I had to postpone my training placement until November to allow it to heal. This was the latest I could postpone to still complete the course this academic year. If I can’t start in November, I will need to postpone until next September which I can’t financially afford to do.
The hospital has moved my first physio therapy session to after I’m due to start my training, so I will still have very limited motion in my arm for a month or two of the placement.
So I’m just wondering if anyone has any tips for teaching without the use of a whiteboard? I’m fine writing with a pen and paper on a desk, so marking and things won’t be an issue, however drawing diagrams on the board is going to pose a major challenge initially. Thanks!!
I’m teaching at a new school this year and they don’t have any equipment like a vernier motion detector. Anyone have a great alternative? I’d like to use it for graphing motion (position, velocity and acceleration). I have a motion detector of my own from a conference I attended but it’s tough to rotate 30 students through a lab that way. Thanks in advance!
Which of the following is a debatable topic about the Earth and its moon according to scientists? A. Various types of craters found on the Earth and the Moon.
B. Whether mountain ranges exist on the moon C. Type of rocks that contain organic minerals
D. Whether an atmosphere exists on the Earth and moon.
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