Natalie Ventrone

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Recent Reviews by Natalie

Sun Mar 21, 2010 6:20 PM
4 Newton's Third Law
Newton's Third Law can be confusing to students as they interpret action reaction as cause and effect. This concept can be easier to grasp with the help of the animations and explanations. I felt the summary was important, and liked the fact that it suggested lesson plans and on-line resources.

Tue Mar 16, 2010 1:42 PM
4 Second Law
The activities for Newton's Second Law were insightful and gave fun examples for the students to grasp this concept. The Revisiting an Explanation was useful for checking understanding. However, a few of the questions that were posed after could be difficult and cause confusion because they were partially true. The Hands on Activity is a good way to further enhance the learning process.

Tue Mar 16, 2010 11:10 AM
5 Informative
This is a fun way to help students have a better understanding of Newton's First Law. The way this is set up allows the viewer to actually see the concept in action allowing for a more concrete way to understand it. The quizzes allow you to check your understanding and further clarify any areas which cause confusion.