Reflection: Student Ownership Exploring Newton's Second Law - Section 3: Student Inquiry - Force & Motion Investigation


Once again, having been absent, I want to know how successful my students have been independently. In the accompanying video, I look at some evidence of student success.



  Independent Student Success
  Student Ownership: Independent Student Success
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Exploring Newton's Second Law

Unit 6: Forces and Motion
Lesson 1 of 11

Objective: Students will collect virtual data and induce a rule regarding force, mass, and acceleration.

Big Idea: We expand our understanding of objects in motion from "how" to "why" objects move.

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