Ida Barrera

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Recent Reviews by Ida

Wed Mar 24, 2010 3:45 PM
5 Newton's Third Law of Motion
Many practical applications of this law were extensively explored in this article. These will be very helpful for the teacher as well as for the students to understand the concept.Close observation is necessary to be able to apply the concept since this happens every moment of their life.

Wed Mar 24, 2010 3:38 PM
5 First Law of Motion
Many of the suggested activities were utilized by me in teaching this lessons. My learnings of this law expanded my knowledge. I still have to widen my observation as to the daily application of this law.

Wed Mar 24, 2010 3:30 PM
5 Newton's Second Law of Motion
The simulation activities were very challenging, enjoyable and thought-provoking. The concepts that I learned from this article enlightened me more.It will all depend on the teacher to suit the activities apt for the level of the students especially the computational part. I love doing this to enriched the application of multiplication facts especially in grade 3. Thank you.