Emily Tosh

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Recent Reviews by Emily

Fri Mar 03, 2017 2:37 PM
5 Solar System SciPack
The Solar System SciPack is FULL of information! It not only consists of the characteristics of the planets in our solar system, but it also thoroughly describes the history of planetary discovery, astroids, comets, meteors, and the scientific view of how planets formed. I would definitely recommend this SciPack to teachers who are seeking to gain content knowledge on the solar system.

Fri Feb 17, 2017 4:15 PM
5 Electric and Magnetic Forces SciPack
This SciPack is very informational! One component of this SciPack that I really like is using the "magic" triangle to compute variables for Ohm's Law. I have never seen this method before, so I found it beneficial and interesting. Additionally, the automatic feedback to the embedded questions and quizzes really helped me and prepared me for the final assessment.

Fri Jan 27, 2017 4:05 PM
5 Coral Reef Ecosystems SciPack
The "Coral Reef Ecosystems" SciPack is very educational and informational. It contains much more in-depth information than what I initially expected. For instance, this SciPack not only discusses what coral reefs are defined as, the types, and their ecosystem characteristics, but it also thoroughly explains the biotic (living) factors and the abiotic (nonliving) factors that can positively or negatively effect the coral reef ecosystem. I really enjoyed gaining factual knowledge from this SciPack, and I hope it will help me in the future with teaching elementary or middle school science.

Recent Public Collections by Emily

Student-Centered Notebooks
Type: Journal Article

Five Good Reasons to Use Science Notebooks
Type: Journal Article