Philip Scamardella

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Recent Posts by Philip

Mon Feb 10, 2020 8:10 PM in The moon
Hello, I wanted to teach students about how the shadows of the moon work. I do not completely understand how the phases work, but I do know that because of how the moon orbits one side is always facing us. What kind of a lesson could I create to help clear any misconceptions from myself and of students? This is my first time on the forum.





Recent Public Collections by Philip




The Properties of Materials and their Everyday Uses
Type: User uploaded resource



Properties of Materials - in SlideShare
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Earth In Space

4 Resources

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Earth, Sun, and Moon: Our Moving Earth
Type: Science Object
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Earth, Sun, and Moon: Motion of the Moon
Type: Science Object
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Electricity & Projectiles - Group 5

4 Resources

Assignment for class SCE 43xx/Dr. Cooper. Marked for future use.



Science Sampler: Catapulting into technological design
Type: Journal Article
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Launch Excitement with Water Rockets
Type: Journal Article
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