Reflection: Quizzes Electrostatics Quiz/Introduction to Electric Circuits - Section 2: Quiz on Electrostatics


Students did well, generally, on this quiz, with a mean score of 40/50 and most scores at 45 or above, with some scores around 30 or so.  There were two or three conceptual problems that recurred which are summarized in the video below.


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Electrostatics Quiz/Introduction to Electric Circuits

Unit 3: Electricity and Energy Transfer
Lesson 2 of 13

Objective: Students will begin to develop an intuition about electric circuits that feature batteries and light bulbs.

Big Idea: With excellent data, the job of inducing rules about electric circuits becomes easier.

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