Laura Webb, a Master of Arts in Teaching alumna (’03) and adjunct faculty in the Department of Education, co-wrote a book entitled “Doing Science in Morning Meeting.” The book supports the work of the Northeast Foundation for Children, a not-for-profit educational organization and developer of the Responsive Classroom® approach to teaching, which fosters safe, challenging, and joyful elementary classroom and schools. The book features activities that incorporate science into the four components of the Morning Meeting method, which include greeting, sharing, group activity and morning message. The goal of the book is to deepen students’ science learning while getting students excited about science. Webb is a Responsive Classroom® consulting teacher and workshop leader and teaches science methods courses and supervises teacher interns for the Belmont University Department of Education. Click here for more information about Webb’s book.
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