Seeing, Hearing, and Smelling the World
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MYRIAM ROJAS (Teacher (K-12))
Barbra Bied Sperling (Staff)
because I am a biology major myself. We actually just covered all of the
sensory tracts and how our senses work. The information I found here was very
accurate and very well explained. The creator took a lot of time to make
something that is a rather complicated topic to be a very simple idea. I was
very impressed by the models along the side of the paragraphs to break of the
description. It also provides more understanding for the visual learners then.
I got a great review for my test on Monday from this site!
break up some of the parts that are lots of word descriptions.
Dr. Troy Tenhet (Faculty)
ideas I have for my evening ESL class. I will post the lessons when I complete
them.I spent about 15 minutes browsing (it's a lot of info!) Should be easy to
use. I will create and post when I get the chance.
Kimberly Poole (Student)
facts about color blindness that I didn't know about before. The information was
of high content and I would definately recomend this site to others. The site
was also very easy to navigate.
Melissa Maddox (Faculty)
with the hyperlinks provided within the text. I found this site to be very
educational and informative. I beleive that this site would certainly be
beneficial as a tutorial tool. This tool would assist the students in fully
understanding the concepts incorporated within the area of human sensations.
Shannon Blaylock (Student)
almost anyone could understand and taught you things that you would have never
noticed. It proves how remarkable your senses really are.
pleased to see how easily this site can be navigated. I was able to find
information and enjoy what I was reading.
Dawn Astolfi (Student)
excellent site and it thoroughly explained the details of the senses, in plain
English. I think this would definitely enhance teaching and learning.
Rich Humowitz (Student)
technical, a good site for the average person with a non-medical background. The
visuals were well done and attention getting. I spent almost an hour looking
around as there was definitely some substance here.
Jason Tomei (Student)
information. I found it helpful as well as interesting to understand the brains
ability to percieve and understand different visuals, and the way it does. It
would be a good lab exercise I feel for the students to read this and do the
interactions. It presents concepts that are easily confused and makes them easy
to understand in an effective manor.
Deborah Spencer (Student)
information. It was all interesting and informative.
could learn and it is fun. The software is easy to use.
behave the way we do.
Kristen Canfield (Student)
might like to learn more about. The quality was very high. There was lots of
material to read and plenty of information to help one understand and answer any
and learning. The material was very easy to use. Its a great website!
Christina Kelley (Student)
each of the five senses effect a person'd development. I spent abotu an hour and
fifteen minutes on this website browsing through the information.I think both
teachers and students could learn from this sight. I don't think alot of people
realize how much we ca be effected by our senses.
was very easy to navigate.
konstantin lukin (Student)
an hour and a half to get through all of the information because there was a lot
of it. This site provided an extensive explanation of our five senses and how
they work. This site is broken down into five chapters. Each chapter deals with
a particular sense. In each chapter their is a lot of information pertaining to
it. This site will definetely help you to learn how our body interacts with the
surrouding atmosphere so that our brain uderstands what is going on. Each
chapter goes in depth about what protiens and cycles are used in order for us to
use all of our senses. The information was easy to use and find, but the
information itself was not on a beginners level.
Alisha Clark (Student)
to explain things, it was very well done.
helped to really bring the whole site together.
Maurice Tucker (Student)