Reflection: Quizzes Quiz on Newton's Laws - Section 3: Multiple Choice Via Socrative


As I review the item analysis of multiple choice I see that a lot of students still struggle with the law of inertia. 20% of the students still believe that forward motion requires a forward force. This is a very difficult mental model to overcome. 

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Quiz on Newton's Laws

Unit 1: Forces in One Dimension
Lesson 11 of 11

Objective: Students demonstrate their knowledge of Newton's Laws of motion with this summative assessment.

Big Idea: Summative assessments are a tool to keep students accountable for learning and to inform the teacher of students' understanding.

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