Reflection: Accountability The Senses - Flipped - Section 3: Explore

 

When working in groups, even the best students can be tempted to sit back and let someone else in the group take over. During group work, it is important to be very proactive in making sure that each student is participating in the group and contributing to the group conversation.  I do this by frequently checking in with the groups and asking the students questions about what they have discussed and their thoughts regarding their discussions. If a student is not sure, I do not accept, "I don't know" for an answer. Instead, I break the question down into smaller parts, helping the student to develop the correct answer.

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The Senses - Flipped

Unit 5: Nervous System
Lesson 7 of 14

Objective: SWBAT identify the types of neurons responsible for each sense and explain how the senses work together.

Big Idea: This lesson uses a concept map to review the manner in which the five senses transmit information to the brain.

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Science, Sensory Neurons, Spinal Cord, Taste, smell, Touch, senses, nervous system, brain
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