Amanda Hammons

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Recent Reviews by Amanda


Thu Oct 20, 2016 1:09 PM
4 SciPack Review
This SciPack is an excellent resource relating to Earth, Moon, and Sun. It honestly help me better understand the Earth, Moon, and Sun, while incorporating their relationship to one another. The SciPack itself was full of such beneficial information and resources, which as a future educator will help me have more knowledge about the content I will be teaching. The SciPack states that it is supposed to take 10 hours, which it does. Even though I decided to sit down and work solely on it in one day, it took up the majority of it. So make sure you have time to do this because it is not something you will finish within a few hours. I also enjoyed how it provides you with the option to start, stop, and resume where you left off. That way your are not being rushed and can take the notes needed. I have a very busy schedule and if I were to complete another one I would most likely use this option. I enjoyed working on this SciPack, I know I will reference in the future as well as probably complete another.


Thu Oct 20, 2016 1:09 PM
4 SciPack Review
This SciPack is an excellent resource relating to Earth, Moon, and Sun. It honestly help me better understand the Earth, Moon, and Sun, while incorporating their relationship to one another. The SciPack itself was full of such beneficial information and resources, which as a future educator will help me have more knowledge about the content I will be teaching. The SciPack states that it is supposed to take 10 hours, which it does. Even though I decided to sit down and work solely on it in one day, it took up the majority of it. So make sure you have time to do this because it is not something you will finish within a few hours. I also enjoyed how it provides you with the option to start, stop, and resume where you left off. That way your are not being rushed and can take the notes needed. I have a very busy schedule and if I were to complete another one I would most likely use this option. I enjoyed working on this SciPack, I know I will reference in the future as well as probably complete another.






Recent Public Collections by Amanda


Discrepant Events

7 Resources

Learning with discrepant events.



Will It Float?
Type: Journal Article
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The “Magic” String
Type: Journal Article
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Moon Phases

6 Resources

Moon Phases and how to teach them within the classroom.



External Resource: Phases of the Moon
Type: External Resource
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Teaching Through Trade Books: Moon Phases and Models
Type: Journal Article
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Adaptation

7 Resources

Teaching adaptation within the classroom.



Teaching Through Trade Books: Survival Skills
Type: Journal Article
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Science Shorts: Making a Case for Camouflage
Type: Journal Article
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