JeRita Humphrey

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Recent Reviews by JeRita

Wed Oct 28, 2015 9:00 PM
3 The Universe
I can honestly say that I did not know a lot of the information in the Scipack prior to reading. This is a great resource in helping students dig deeper in understanding conditions that were present at the beginning of the universe, strategies used to determine the age of the universe, the current evolutionary state of the universe, and evidence for an expanding universe. Although I could not get some of the videos to play, there was a wealth of visuals and research given to deepened my knowledge and take my students further.

Thu Oct 15, 2015 6:16 PM
4 Planets
In this Science Object looked at the traits of planets in our Solar System. It exposed the students to the unique qualities of planets. The use of graphics and interactive pieces allows for students to explore the basics of planets. I found this very useful for my understanding as well.

Thu Oct 15, 2015 5:52 PM
4 Global Precipitation and Energy
In the Global Precipitation and Energy Science Object explored the water cycle and how solar energy is transferred among the surface, the oceans, and the atmosphere of Earth. The cycling of water influences patterns of precipitation drives the global climate. I loved the graphics used and to describe the water cycle and the flow of precipitation.