Reflection: Student Self-Assessment Acceleration Lab - Day 2 - Section 2: Free Write & Pair Share: Acceleration Evidence

 

This free-write exercise got me thinking about the extent to which students have internalized the message of making evidence-based arguments. In the following video, I reflect on their progress and share other thoughts.

 

 

 

  Making Evidence-based Arguments
  Student Self-Assessment: Making Evidence-based Arguments
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Acceleration Lab - Day 2

Unit 5: Objects in Motion
Lesson 8 of 10

Objective: Students will refine and evaluate their efforts to meet an acceleration design goal.

Big Idea: Meeting design goals - like a target acceleration rate - requires planning, implementing, evaluating, and adjusting.

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