Reflection: Student Self-Assessment Electric Energy Transfer Investigation - Day 1 - Section 4: Report out/Clean up


The final few minutes of class provided a nice opportunity for students to articulate their learning - and for me to see it collected. During the class, I was very busy running from station to station trying to help teams get started on their complex tasks. It was hard for me to know just how many insights were being made. This table provides me with some of that evidence.

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  Student Self-Assessment: Recording Student Learning
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Electric Energy Transfer Investigation - Day 1

Unit 3: Electricity and Energy Transfer
Lesson 6 of 13

Objective: Students begin an investigation of electric energy transformations.

Big Idea: Complex relationships in electrical energy can be investigated in depth, given the right amount of time and resources.

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