Reflection: Student Feedback Free Fall Lab, Day #1 - Section 3: Free Fall Stations


As students went around to stations, even though I explained the each station to them, I still had students ask questions about them and were confused about what to do at each station. I think that in the future, I will have students complete a quick read of the directions and write down any questions they have from just reading the instructions for each station. Then I would have multiple students explain to me what they will be doing at each station.

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  Student Feedback: A need for a quick read?
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Free Fall Lab, Day #1

Unit 3: Uniform Acceleration Motion
Lesson 7 of 14

Objective: Students will be able to describe the motion of object dropped straight down and thrown upward. They will also be able to state that acceleration due to gravity on Earth is 10 m/s/s.

Big Idea: Students learn about free fall and acceleration due to gravity.

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