I am studying Elementary Education with a concentration in Special Education.
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Fri, Dec 03, 2021 5:10 PM Attention Grabbing and Informative!
I completed this e-book before creating a lesson for my second grade classroom around bridges. I wanted to re-inform myself around topics that I learned in my physics class, so I could better explain forces to my students. This e-book was very informative and easy to read. I was nervous going over my physics skills, but this book made me feel that I could do it. With the help of the check questions and interactive models, I was able to create meaning with what I was learning. The simulations also helped me practice my skills, while allowing me to have experiments even with it being online. I believe that having these simulations it greatly benefitted me. When it came to studying for the end of book test, I felt that the quick check questions and the simulations were a great way to study and it would tell you where you needed to study for different area of the book. I also found the pedagogical implications section of the book very interesting because it allows you to read about all grade levels and how the concepts of force increase over the school years. This allows us as educators to use the same ideas over and over again and create new lessons around those overarching concepts. Overall, I really enjoyed going through this e-book and completing the tasks. It allowed me to relearn some things as well as create new meaning to some concepts. I would definitely read another e-book a part of the NSTA.
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