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Anna Crisostomo

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Anna Crisostomo has a masters degree in leadership studies and has taught K-8 PE, 7 & 8 Science, and English ESL, and has loved every level, but her greatest love lies with the middle school ages. She uses a lot of technology to enhance her students’ learning. She challenges students to use creativity and hands-on learning to develop their own educational experiences. She has been awarded technology grants, has served on curriculum-building teams, represented her campus for STEM, and has been looked to for mentoring. She was selected for leadership trainings and even had the chance to spend an entire week at NASA as part of a gifted program for Math and Science teachers! She loves teaching and working with the students today. She is inspired by many of the older generations of teachers and more so by the usage of technology within the classroom. Students are her life; she never looks forward to breaks within the year. Not being with her students makes her sad; they energize her daily.

Course taught by Anna

ESL Vocabulary: The weekly units of ESL Vocabulary are collections of tips and resources that are provided to help parents who are teaching ESL in their homes. Online games, printable worksheets, and more are included.

Chemistry: All Things Matter: is a 12-week course that will help middle school students learn the important fact that all things are made of matter. Then they will discover how matter exists and changes. Using this basic understanding, the student will advance in learning to determine the states of matter, the physical reactions matter goes through, and how different types of matter combine (or do not combine) in everyday life. Vocabulary, reviews, and an exam are included, along with experiments which should be overseen by a parent.

Scientific Method: The six-week study of the scientific method presented on SchoolhouseTeachers.com by teacher Anna Crisostomo, introduces students to the scientific method, the vocabulary related to it, the uses it has in everyday life, and its use in future science studies. Activities are included, along with worksheets (some with answer keys), and ideas for science fairs are given. It is best to follow these lessons through sequentially so the student learns to develop and use the scientific method.