Kaitlyn Lundholm

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Recent Reviews by Kaitlyn


Mon Oct 30, 2017 10:25 PM
3 Solar System Scipack Review
I have always found the solar system very interesting and the content of this Scipack goes very in-depth. I feel as though there is A LOT of content and you would need to break up your time doing this in smaller segements. I feel like the review sections should be more fulfilling and there should definitely be a review segment at the end of the total scipack before taking the final assessment. The final assessment was very difficult for me because of the many multiple answer questions and I felt that some questions were VERY tricky or not even found in the text.


Mon Oct 30, 2017 10:17 PM
4 Coral Reef Ecosystems Review
After trying out a much harder Scipack and then coming to this one, the Coral Reef Ecosystems Scipack was so enjoyable. I think I would have enjoyed it even if I had not been overwhelmed with the other one. This Scipack was very engaging and I learned many new things! The information was organized nicely and I loved that it had a section for pollution and what we could do to reduce the waste we produce. I do wish they would have included information about people who live "zero-waste" lifestyles. I have seen videos of these people who can literally hold up all the trash they produce in one small mason jar. I also think a review section would be nice at the end of every scipack to keep the information fresh in the mind. Overall, I loved the content of this module and I would recommend doing this Scipack!






Recent Public Collections by Kaitlyn


Discrepent 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 Adaptations

5 Resources



Teaching Through Trade Books: Antarctic Adaptations
Type: Journal Article
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The Early Years: Animal Adventures
Type: Journal Article
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T'was the Start of Science Notebooking
Type: Journal Article
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Interactive Word Walls
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