Reflection: Data Analysis Electricity and Magnetism Pretest - Section 3: Closure


For any kind of assessment I'm planning on using to inform my instruction, I like to do some sort of item analysis.  I often use spreadsheets for this because I don't want to manage a shelf full of data binders, but it could easily be done on paper as well.  I thought I'd be able to skip right over magnetic poles attracting and repelling each other, but looking at my class data shows that would be a bad idea. On the other hand, it looks like measuring how distance affects field strength would not be a good use of my classes time.

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Electricity and Magnetism Pretest

Unit 5: Electricity and Magnetism
Lesson 1 of 14

Objective: SW demonstrate their initial understanding of electricity and magnetism concepts?

Big Idea: What do you know about electricity and magnetism?

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