Priscilla Jones

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Recent Reviews by Priscilla

Tue Mar 16, 2010 2:14 PM
5 Push And Push Back
One part of the lesson I found confusing. I understand that walking or crawling on ice is difficult because ice has no friction, but I did not understand the objective. Otherwise, I am capable of sharing the push and push back with the students.

Tue Mar 16, 2010 1:38 PM
4 Making Sense of Fractions
This second law of Newton's, demonstrates to students how we can incorporate math, reading and science. This is where I believe math and science will start to make sense to students. ( F/m=ma/m=F/m=a). Using everyday problems, students can see how important math and science is. Now they can't say "why do I have to learn this"?

Tue Mar 16, 2010 12:13 PM
5 Fun With Inertia
I learned quite a few things on this NSTA site. I thought I knew more than I know. First of all, I learned that inertia is a property of an object, not a force. Secondly, I learned the inertia of an object does not depend on how fast it is moving. Being a new science teacher, I am excited to share with my class some of my hands-on knowledge, instead of always groping for the text book. I can model it for them with confidence.