Bianca Jones

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Recent Reviews by Bianca

Thu Oct 22, 2015 5:31 PM
4 Global Precipitation
This Science Object covered the water cycle and how solar energy is transferred. It discussed how 97% of the earth is water and how without water, the earth would be too cold to sustain human life. The detail of the material is thorough and in-depth. While I have taught the water cycle numerous times, I was still introduced to new concepts.

Wed Oct 21, 2015 9:17 PM
4 The Moon
I enjoyed this science object. The best part was the images of the moon. I also enjoyed the itneractive that lunar phases as seen from earth. The discussion of eclipses helped me to gain a better understanding of them and what we are actually viewing.

Wed Oct 21, 2015 9:09 PM
3 Origins of the Universe
This Science Object begins with a brief history of astronomy, discussing how the evolution of telescopes has helped us to get a better picture and understanding of our universe. This improvement in technology helped scientists to understand the origins of the universe and to determine its age, as well as possibilities for the future of the universe. This object is very detailed and somewhat complex. I would use this more with middle school students than elementary students. As with other Science Objects, there are some great interactive lessons and a video to possibilities of the future of the universe.