Science & Nature
Second Grade Science-First Semester Comprehensive Science/STEM (Part One)
Introduction and practice of second grade core science content. Next Generation Science Standards will be used to guide class content. STEM concepts included.
Angie Wolf, M.Ed.
489 total reviews for this teacher
18 reviews for this class
Completed by 89 learners
learners per class
$14 per class
Meets 1x per week
Over 9 weeks
45 minutes per class
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The learners in this class will remain the same throughout the 9 weeks to form a group of learners. The learners will build connections and gain social skills as science is taught. Collaboration and team work will be promoted in each class. This class is excellent for home-school/unschooling families as well as learners who are interested in science enrichment or extension. Second grade science topics taught in this 9 week class include: 1. Structure and Properties of Matter 2....
The learning goals for each week are listed in the class description.
I hold a science endorsement on my current and valid teaching certificate. I have 28 years public school teaching experience including 4 years as the science specialist teaching students science in grades K-8. I am certified by the Buck Institute in Problem Based Learning (PBL) and STEM. I developed science curriculum for a school system in Georgia and am a Science Ambassador for the state of Georgia. I have received extensive training in the Next Generation Science Standards.
At times throughout the course, learners may choose to work on projects outside of class. Projects will be individual. Work completed outside of class will not be a typical expectation for this 9 week course.
Each week you will be provided with a material list for the following week. Materials may not always be needed.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
On-going formative assessment based on learner participation will be conducted. A rubric will be used to assess projects in weeks 5 and 9. Rubrics will be provided to learners ahead of class time.
45 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Learners and parents will be provided with weekly updates for the following week. In weeks that include projects, students may need to use scissors, tape or other supplies. To ensure learner safety, it is suggested that adult guidance is provided when using materials such as scissors, tape with a metal cutter or other materials that may need supervision. The teacher will be proactive in suggesting parental guidance from week to week. In week 4, a heating element to heat water is needed. Adult supervision is required for this activity.
Angie Wolf, M.Ed.
Certified Elementary, Science, STEM, and TEFL/ESL/ESOL Educator
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
489 total reviews
295 completed classes
Hello and welcome to my Outschool Classroom. My name is teacher Angie. I hold a Master and Bachelor Degree from Valdosta State University in Valdosta, GA. I am certified to teach by the state of Georgia. My certifications include elementary...