Cheryl Stowe

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Recent Reviews by Cheryl


Wed Jul 24, 2013 7:45 PM
4 Energy frustration
This Sci Pak was challenging. It was easy to get confused with all the different energies and what happens to energy. When I was taking the last test, I used the Internet to help secure my understanding, however, the computer would not take me back to the test, rather I had to sign off and restart the test, which meant all of my answers were wiped out. The last time, I felt very confident, however the test was wiped out and it was hard to recall all of the answers that I had entered. I was very frustrated.


Mon Jul 22, 2013 9:29 PM
5 Digging Deeper
I taught 5th grade Science for the past two years, but felt like I knew the Force and Motion curriculum, at a very basic level. I really wanted to learn more about this area to strengthen my knowledge and dig deeper into the area of Force and Motion. The Sci Pak really helped show me in various ways how I can improve my dialogue with students, as well as delivering a deeper understanding of Force and Motion. I look forward to teaching my students this year.