Morgan Chapko

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Recent Reviews by Morgan


Tue May 05, 2015 3:48 PM
4 Light
I enjoyed this because light waves and what we see because of them has always been very interesting to me. I find it interesting to learn about rainbows and how all of them are the same. The diagrams were explanatory and helpful to look at to explain different things.


Tue May 05, 2015 3:29 PM
5 Cells
This article explained a lot about using technology in the classroom to teach about cells. I think this is very important because you cannot see cells and computer programs can be very interactive and beneficial for students to use. I know that learning about cells can be difficult for students but students can see the cells and interact with them on computer programs.


Tue May 05, 2015 3:07 PM
4 Comets and Asteroids
This article was about comets and asteroids. It was very informative and gave a lot of information about identifying and classifying asteroids and comets. I thought it was very interesting that people once thought that there was a planet between Mars and Jupiter. I was also very interested to learn that so many tons fall from space to Earth each year. It is true that it does not make the news unless it hits something like a car or building.






Recent Public Collections by Morgan


Controversial Topics

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Podcast: NGSS Core Ideas: Earth and Human Activity: Addressing Emotional and Controversial Topics
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Podcast: The Science and Ethics of Animal Research: Strategies for Teaching Controversial Topics
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