Kimberly Forrester

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Recent Reviews by Kimberly


Tue May 11, 2010 5:44 PM
5 Great Resource!
This resource is fantastic! And it is completely free to members! It is only $0.99 for nonmembers, very convenient for teachers! This resource discusses in great detail the new definitions for what constitutes a planet, and why Pluto no longer falls into the category of a planet, hence the title of the journal. This is a great resource that can also be used in the classroom. Students can read articles in this journal to learn about why Pluto is not a planet, and instead what the ex-planet can be defined as.


Tue May 11, 2010 5:38 PM
5 Great Resource!
This resource is a SciGuide, which means that it is a collection of multimodal resources and information that teachers have access to in order to learn all about the topic. I really like how the topic isn’t just confined to the planet Mars itself, but rather, how discoveries on Earth relates to the exploration of Mars. This resource explores the two rovers that are presently on Mars, Opportunity and Spirit, as well as the data collected from the surface of the planet. The fact that this resource is a SciGuide will really help to give teachers many options on how to learn everything they could want to know about Mars, the red planet.


Thu Apr 29, 2010 12:11 PM
5 Great Resource!
This seems like a fantastic up-to-date resource for students and teachers to learn about the newly defined definitions for what constitutes a planet.