## 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.

A need for a quick read?
Student Feedback: A need for a quick read?

# Free Fall Lab, Day #1

Unit 3: Uniform Acceleration Motion
Lesson 7 of 14

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

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### Anna Meyer

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