Claire Oyler

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Recent Reviews by Claire


Tue Mar 18, 2014 9:53 AM
4 Great Foundation
This science object does a great job of laying the foundational knowledge for how we understand space. Some of the questions push beyond the material covered in the object, but they act as a way to get the learner to make inferences and consider the topic more deeply. The only reason I rate this as a four instead of a five is that it was sometimes verbose and could have utilized some more interactivity.


Tue Mar 11, 2014 10:58 AM
4 Audible Enthusiasm
The presenter for this podcast is so full of enthusiasm for the topic, which is a great promoter of enthusiasm in the listener. At times, his energy is detrimental in the form of talking too quickly and leaving us amateurs somewhat in the dust. However, he explains things clearly and is worth the second listen to catch whatever may have slipped through during the first listen.


Tue Mar 04, 2014 8:34 PM
4 Informative
This science object was very interesting and informative. My only qualm is that I sometimes felt minimally engaged. For example, the hands on activities seem swell, but there were only two. The videos and graphs made this very interesting to me. I was just considering this as thought my students were exploring the resource, and I believe it may be a bit too data and text heavy to really engage them.