Reflection: Student Self-Assessment Newton's 3rd Law, Day 1 - Section 1: Second Look at Learning Targets

 

After completing the second look and the last look, I realized that the self-assessments were very close together. I had originally planned it this way to ensure that the first 6 targets had been taught before the second look. But when I look back on the unit, I would have done the second look a day or two earlier to spread the self-assessment out a little bit more so that students had a little more time to reflect on the targets the still needed to learn instead of 3 days before the test. 

  Too late for a second look??
  Student Self-Assessment: Too late for a second look??
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Newton's 3rd Law, Day 1

Unit 4: Inertia and Interactions
Lesson 7 of 9

Objective: Students will be able to identify action and reaction forces for a pair of objects by labeling them on a diagram and will be able to identify which object will have greater acceleration.

Big Idea: Students share videos that depict Newton's 3rd Law.

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