Reflection: Student Ownership Finalizing Graphing Techniques - Section 1: Jigsaw


I found that this technique worked very well for my students. In the past I have used jigsaw activities to split up readings or large amount of content for students to learn more information in a short period of time. With this jigsaw, I had a different purpose. I wanted them to look very deeply at one problem and become an expert to foster their explanation and teaching skills. 

  Using a Jigsaw for Discussion of Problems
  Student Ownership: Using a Jigsaw for Discussion of Problems
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Finalizing Graphing Techniques

Unit 1: Introduction to Physics and Graphing
Lesson 6 of 7

Objective: Students will be able to provide written explanations and mathematical equations to analyze the relationship between variables.

Big Idea: In groups, students take a last look at graphing techniques before their test.

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