Jana Taylor

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Recent Reviews by Jana


Sat Feb 17, 2018 11:25 PM
5 Atoms, Molecules, and Elements
I have completed 5 scipacks , and this one has been my absolute favorite. It was straight to the point, and extremely informative. I have learned ample amounts of knowledge on this great subject.


Sun Feb 11, 2018 5:33 PM
4 Food Saftey
This scipack was extremely helpful and informative but the final assessment was a bit difficult. I thoroughly enjoyed spending my time on it though.


Mon Oct 24, 2016 11:57 AM
4 Helpful
I found this sci-pack to be very interesting. Space is one of my favorite things to learn about when discussing science. Even though I thought I knew a lot about our solar system already, I was shocked by some of the things the sci-pack taught me. I found it to be long and sometimes I got annoyed by the lady’s voice who read aloud but overall I found it helpful and I learned a lot from it.The test part was a little harder than the quiz questions asked throughout the sci-pack. Tests always make me nervous even if I’ve studied and prepared for them. I had to take it twice but I ended up passing the second time. Even though it was time consuming and seemed to drag on I did benefit from it and felt like I have taken away some important information about the solar system.






Recent Public Collections by Jana


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An Interactive Lecture Notebook—Twelve Ways to Improve Students’ Grades: Drawing Students’ Attention to What They need to Know in Lecture
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T'was the Start of Science Notebooking
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Discrepant Event

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Tried and True: Water Screen: A Discrepant Event
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Disequilibrium: Teaching Discrepant Events With the 5E Instructional Model
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Animal Adaptation

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The Early Years: Animal Adventures
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Science Shorts: Making a Case for Camouflage
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