Reflection: Student Ownership Acceleration Lab - Day 3 - Section 4: Creating & Sharing Motion Graphs


What's an unexpected benefit of having to be out of class? Perhaps it's the impromptu assessment of whether students have become self-directed? In the short video below, I consider some of the evidence for independent student success in my absence.

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  Student Ownership: Independent Student Success
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Acceleration Lab - Day 3

Unit 5: Objects in Motion
Lesson 9 of 10

Objective: Students will finish collecting data for this acceleration investigation.

Big Idea: To get a sense of variation in one's data, one needs multiple data points for judgment. Students will apply this idea to their ongoing Acceleration Lab work.

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