Reflection: Student Ownership Electrostatics & Electricity Unit Test - Section 2: Test Procedures


I always encourage my students to do their work as neatly as possible. While it's not a requirement, I think it is good practice to get into showing work in a manner that is clear and easy to follow. It's not just because neat work is easier to grade that I like it; instead, it seems that neater work usually earns a better grade. I'm not 100% sure why students who are better at showing work earn higher grades, but I always tell my students that the neater they are on an exam the more likely they are to score higher.

  Student Ownership: Neatness = A+
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Electrostatics & Electricity Unit Test

Unit 9: Electrostatics & Electricity
Lesson 10 of 10

Objective: Students will demonstrate mastery of electrostatics and electricity.

Big Idea: Students show all that they know about static electricity, Coulomb's Law, electric fields, circuits, and Ohm's Law.

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