## Reflection: Student Self-Assessment Uniform Acceleration Conceptual Review Day - Section 2: Around the Room Review Activity

During this activity, my goals were to have students review the conceptual and graphical material from the unit. In addition, I also want students to self-assess and see where they think they are in terms of how easily they can answer these review questions. One thing that I ask students as I go around to groups when they are working is "Based on these questions, how well prepared do you feel for the test?" or "What do you need to review before tomorrow's test based on how you are doing on these questions?" I want my students to use the review as an indicator of what they should review or areas in which they should complete a few practice problems before the test. My students told me that going through the graphing problems helped them to practice everything they learned in the unit. They also told me that it was helpful for them to see what types of graphing questions could appear on the test.

Students ask "Where am I at with multiple representations of motion?"
Student Self-Assessment: Students ask "Where am I at with multiple representations of motion?"

# Uniform Acceleration Conceptual Review Day

Unit 3: Uniform Acceleration Motion
Lesson 12 of 14

## Big Idea: Students review concepts of acceleration through graphs and mathematical models.

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Science, acceleration (Physics), Physical Science, Motion, Graphing, cooperative learning, free fall (Physics)
70 minutes

### Anna Meyer

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