Reflection: See, Think, Create - Section 2: Student Choice Board


Within this section, students are encouraged to create a linguistic and a visual model of the shared experiences of our first week of physics. I created this activity, because I want to create a community of learners where students are able to leverage participation in a variety of discussions into tangible outcomes. I created this lesson because I wanted to focus on students' abilities to communicate information in multiple ways to a variety of audiences.  In particular, I require that students present the results of their mini-exhibitions to their parents or guardians during our first curriculum night which is typically held the second week of school. 

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See, Think, Create

Unit 1: Building Your Base
Lesson 4 of 12

Objective: Students will be able to use a multimedia presentation to communicate their understanding of the best practices for studying physics and solving complex problems.

Big Idea: Effectively communicating ideas based on observations is a key part of the process of learning and doing physics.

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Science Skills, Science, Physical Science, physics, distance, displacement, Archimedes' Principle
  75 minutes
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