Reflection: Problem-based Approaches Day 4 of 4--Engineering a Calorimeter: Modifying and Re-testing a Prototype to Inform Final Product Build - Section 2: Student Group Working Time

 

  Engineering: Time-Consuming, but WORTH IT!
  Problem-based Approaches: Engineering: Time-Consuming, but WORTH IT!
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Day 4 of 4--Engineering a Calorimeter: Modifying and Re-testing a Prototype to Inform Final Product Build

Unit 4: Thermodynamics
Lesson 10 of 11

Objective: SWBAT make modifications to their calorimeter prototype and test for success in function in order to develop a final product that they will use in a subsequent lab investigation (measuring specific heat capacity of an unknown metal).

Big Idea: Prototypes can be modified, re-tested, and undergo multiple iterations until a final product meets desired standards.

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