Reflection: Checks for Understanding Safety in Science - Section 4: Evaluate


I used the clickers as a way to gather information about what the students learned in the lesson because they are quick and easy to use.  They are highly engaging and the students love to use them.  I set them on anonymous mode because I really am not worried about specific students and their understanding of the safety issues in science. I really just want an overall feel for the class and what they understood about being safe in science.  If most of the class struggled and had the wrong answers, I would revisit the safety language many times during following lessons.  However, the students did really well.  So I know the information was received and internalized.  Now, I can use the language in teaching and know that my students understand well. 

  Why assess this way?
  Checks for Understanding: Why assess this way?
Loading resource...

Safety in Science

Unit 1: Inquiry in Science
Lesson 4 of 14

Objective: SWBAT to explain the elements of safety in science.

Big Idea: Implications in science have social, ethical and safety issues.

  Print Lesson
5 teachers like this lesson
  45 minutes
Similar Lessons
Make it Monumental!
Kindergarten Science » Build it
Big Idea: Kids meld science and social studies into a lesson that recycles, reduces and reuses.
Phoenix, AZ
Environment: Urban
Dawn Gunn
Senses Help Scientists
Kindergarten Science » Me, Myself and I
Big Idea: Using our five senses helps improve our observational skills.
Lexington Park, MD
Environment: Suburban
Joanne  Clapp
Solve the Problem of Overpopulation
1st Grade Science » Create a Solution to a Human Problem Caused by Animals
Big Idea: Engage the class in a real world application experience where they solve a real issue that could effect them.
Shelbyville, TN
Environment: Urban
Regan Aymett
Something went wrong. See details for more info
Nothing to upload