Reflection: Student Grouping How Fast Can You Get There Part 2 - Section 4: Wrap Up


The students really enjoyed this lesson. Grouping the students based on their different characteristics and leadership was great because each student was able to really display their strengths. The students were able to successfully create working designs while encouraging one another along the way. The students all enjoyed sharing their designs and getting feedback from their peers. This was a great lesson that exhibited collaboration within the classroom.

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How Fast Can You Get There Part 2

Unit 2: Speed and Distance
Lesson 5 of 9

Objective: Students will be able to move an object quickly over the longest distance possible.

Big Idea: Students will use the Elementary Engineering Design Process to design an object that can travel a distance.

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