Reflection: Standards Alignment Revisiting Wave Mathematics - Section 3: Self-Directed Time: Electromagnetics Assignments


I've allocated quite a bit of time for this investigation so I need to make sure that there's a good payoff! In the following video, I look at how I decided to combine diverse elements together and how I found a unifying theme that flowed directly out of the Science & Engineering Practices.


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  Standards Alignment: A Look at Assessment
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Revisiting Wave Mathematics

Unit 4: Electromagnetics
Lesson 13 of 17

Objective: Students will return to using the relationships between energy, frequency, and wavelength with regard to electromagnetic waves.

Big Idea: There are so many aspects to the study of electromagnetics - it is important to revisit and reinforce ideas on a regular basis.

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