Reflection: Checks for Understanding Investigating Scientific Claims! - Section 2: Engage

 

         During the presentation of the video in my first section, I noticed some physical expressions of discomfort of students when playing the video segment without taking a break to assess student understanding. By my next section, I paused the video roughly every 2 minutes to probe students for general thoughts and understanding of content and found that students were able to focus & reflect better better on the information presented. 

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Investigating Scientific Claims!

Unit 1: Classroom & Course Orientation
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Objective: Students will learn how to develop, execute and analyze the products of a scientific investigation.

Big Idea: Supporting or refuting claims from the neuroscience research community!

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