Shereen Zimmerman

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Recent Reviews by Shereen

Thu Oct 15, 2015 5:51 PM
3 Human Impact
The SciPack was caters to life science 3rd and 5th grades. In 3rd grade the SciPack caters to pollution and human impact for third graders. For fifth graders the SciPack caters to the constructive and destructive forces. The SciPack addresses problems that are realistic like Global Warming and other destructive forces. As a teacher, I thought about how this Scipack could be used to address global issues and help students become change agents.

Thu Oct 15, 2015 5:22 PM
4 Ecosystems
This SciPack was especially important since I teach Life Science fourth grade standards. The visuals are important and could be used to show students’ examples of living and nonliving, biotic and abiotic factors. The Distribution of Matter section gave me a simple example to follow. The biomass pyramid explanation was exceptionally interesting because I could use this section to show students skills they would be studying in middle school.

Thu Oct 15, 2015 4:57 PM
3 Galaxies
The SciPack on Evolution was though-provoking. I thought about how students’ religious views play a part in how students view evolution. I like the photographs, especially Figure 1.2 and Figure 1.4 of the Sombero Galaxy and Spiral Andromeda Galaxy.