Laura Hospitál

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7th - 12th grade
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I am priviledged to teach science at Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired.  I teach both middle school and high school students. 

Posts by Laura Hospitál

Article Published Date Created
Preparing for an Elementary-Aged Science Student Published 02/06/2020
Preparing for a Middle School Life Science Student Published 02/06/2020
Preparing for Middle School Physical, Earth and Space Science Published 02/06/2020
Adapting the APH Periodic Table to Indicate Major Element Groups Published 02/06/2020
Preparing for a Biology Student Published 02/04/2020
APH Instructional Videos for Science Products Published 02/02/2020
Magnification of Scientific Specimens for Students with Low Vision Published 02/02/2020
Adapting Dissection for Students with Visual Impairments Published 02/02/2020
Making Quick and Easy Raised-Line Drawings Published 02/02/2020
Using a Microscope with Students with Visual Impairments Published 02/02/2020
Preparing for a Chemistry Student Published 01/30/2020
Using the PenFriend for Science Instruction Published 04/27/2018
Measuring the Bounciness of Balls Published 06/28/2017
You're Torturing My Ears Published 06/25/2017
Water's Great Escape Published 06/07/2017
Can You Beatbox? Published 06/06/2017
We All LOVE Ice Cream Published 06/04/2017
Sandwich Bag Bomb Published 05/31/2017
Tactile Rain Gauge Published 05/24/2017
Rock Under Stress Published 05/15/2017
Sounds of Biomes Published 05/11/2017
POSB 2017 - Collaboration in Action Published 04/20/2017
Why Should Students with Visual Impairment Draw? Published 04/14/2017
Leaf Structure and Function Published 04/13/2017
Ecology: Levels of Organization Published 04/02/2017
Teaching Color Using Wavelength Published 03/17/2017
Using Sound to Describe Star Brightness Published 03/16/2017
Solar System in a Meter Published 02/06/2017
Reading the DNA Code Using the APH DNA Twist Model Published 02/03/2017
Role of the TVI in Developing Tactile Skills for Reading Braille Science Tables Published 02/02/2017
Meiosis vs. Mitosis Using the APH Life Science Tactile Graphic Set Published 02/01/2017
Accessible Books for Science Instruction Published 01/25/2017
Measuring Speed Published 01/16/2017
Adapting Warm-Up Activities in Science for Students with Visual Impairment Published 01/04/2017
Molymod Molecule Model - Differentiating Similarly-Sized Atoms Published 12/20/2016
Accessible Time Tracking Published 12/14/2016
Art in Science: Tools for drawing for students with visual impairment Published 12/07/2016
Endothermic or Exothermic Reaction? Published 11/22/2016
Modeling Ionic Bonding of Atoms with the AZER APH Model Published 11/21/2016
Describing Science: Best Practices Published 11/20/2016
Central Vacuole of Plant Cell with Structural Support Model Published 11/02/2016
Which Talking Calculator Is Best For Your Student With A Visual Impairment? Published 10/27/2016
Using Federal Quota Funds for Science Materials Published 10/20/2016
Life Molecules Using the Molymod Models Published 10/14/2016
Cell Structure - Interactive Guessing Game Published 10/11/2016
Intro to Volume and Mass Published 10/10/2016
Using Humor in Science Instruction for Students with Visual Impairment Published 10/07/2016
Cell Structure Intro Using the APH Life Science Tactile Graphics Published 10/07/2016
Length Measurement - Using Tactile Markers Published 10/03/2016
Drama in Science Class? Published 09/22/2016
Lab Safety Rules Role-Play Published 09/16/2016
Accessing Science Videos with Audio Description Published 09/13/2016
Insulation Sensation Published 09/12/2016
Track Testing Remote Control Cars Published 09/09/2016
Chocolate Thunder Published 09/09/2016
Intro to My Food Plate Published 08/29/2016
Time and Energy Published 08/21/2016
The Heart of a Young Scientist: Inspiration from an Entrepreneur Published 08/04/2016
Making Waves Published 08/01/2016
The Lifeline Trials Published 07/31/2016