Jennifer Williams

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Recent Reviews by Jennifer

Sat Jul 27, 2013 4:33 PM
5 Force and Motion: Newton's First Law
Very good demonstrations of the property of inertia, and describing Newton's first law of motion. Like the links of how to perform the activities on own and can easily use them with my students.

Sun Jul 21, 2013 11:58 PM
4 Universal Gravitation part one
This module is an overview of gravity and all of its properties. It includes a summation of Newton's three laws of motion, and Aristotle's, Galileleo's, and Newton's views on gravity. It teaches buoyancy force, Charles law of volume and temperature at a constant pressure, and the way gravity forms asteroids, planets, and stars. There are interactive modules that show how gravity behaves and how when a force acting on an object is no longer in contact with that object, the only force acting on the object is gravity. The buoyancy force is still confusing to me and I would like some more clarity on it at this time.

Sun Jul 21, 2013 4:37 PM
4 Motion and Position
Would have liked to see something about motion diagrams, regardless, it was still quite comprehensive in it's treatment of motion and position. The values of speed, velocity, and acceleration are compared and explained in a clear manner. This module really clarified vectors and origin as far as placement. This is worth the investment of time.

Recent Public Collections by Jennifer

Force and Motion: Position and Motion
Type: Science Object