Jessica Hadley

I am an up-beat, happy person who loves people and especially children. I believe that it is my purpose to love, nurture and teach our children, they are OUR future. I love to travel, spend time with my family and friends and I am actively involved at my church. Organization is a struggle that I hope to overcome this semester!! I am just coming into my Junior year and new to Central Michigan University as I competed all of my Integrated Science credits at Lansing Community College. I look forward to the next two years and actually learning how to be a teacher!




Central Michigan University

Recent Posts by Jessica

Thu Sep 08, 2016 7:07 PM in Well, Hello!
I am a future science teacher in early elementary education and I am competing an assignment on how to use this Learning Center as my e-Text. What is one thing that you, as an online advisor can do for me as I am a pre-service teacher? I do see the website was recently up-dated. What has been the most beneficial update noticed so far?  Thank you,  Jessica

Fri Sep 02, 2016 1:12 PM in STEM After School Program
Wow! What a fabulous idea and great way to bring STEM to your community. Thank you for all of the replies to the post, everything has been encouraging and great ideas are swirling in my head. I am ready to put some into action!!

Recent Reviews by Jessica

Thu Sep 08, 2016 11:47 PM
4 Position and Motion
This SciPac was packed full of information. Slow and steady always wins the race! Yes! Most of this was actually a review for me, but presented in a very fun way. I like how organized this SciPac is; from position, to motion, changes in motion and then how it is all tied together. The animations are very helpful in understanding position and motion!

Thu Sep 08, 2016 11:41 PM
5 Plate tectonics, SO COOL!
Review: Wow! This is such a great SciPac. I enjoy plate tectonics and this was very organized right from the start. Someone can speed through and be reminded, as I was or even take time to learn all of the material covered. Plate tectonics are fun to me also because one can actually SEE science in action at divergent, convergent and even transform boundaries. I love that this SciPac also shows consequences in the news!

Thu Sep 08, 2016 11:25 PM
5 Cell Structure and Function
The explanation of how proteins are made, including what enzymes are used when duplicating DNA was great! The animations and interactive videos were very helpful in my understanding of the entire process of making proteins.

Recent Public Collections by Jessica

PD Indexer

4 Resources

Subject areas shown to need improvement.

Cell Structure and Function: The Most Important Molecule
Type: Science Object

Force and Motion: Position and Motion
Type: Science Object

Early Childhood Science

6 Resources

If we engage them when they are young and curious, we will have life-long science learners!

Start Young!
Type: Journal Article

The Early Years: Air Is Not Nothing
Type: Journal Article

Plate Techtonics

1 Resources

All things plate techtonics

Plate Tectonics: Plates
Type: Science Object