Reflection: Student Self-Assessment Electromagnetic Investigations - Day 1 - Section 5: Preliminary Data from Electromagnetics Investigations


This end-of-day activity has started to take on a more meaningful role than was first intended. What was meant to be a casual summary has blossomed into a minor form of meta-cognition. I explore that a bit below:

  Meta-Cognition and Self-Assessment
  Student Self-Assessment: Meta-Cognition and Self-Assessment
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Electromagnetic Investigations - Day 1

Unit 4: Electromagnetics
Lesson 8 of 17

Objective: Students will engage in a variety of explorations of electromagnetic phenomenon.

Big Idea: It's important to balance theory with observations and to provide evidence for any claim. Students will apply this thinking to four big ideas in electromagnetics.

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