Float a Boat Analysis and Conclusion Project - Section 4: Evaluate

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Float-a-Boat: Student Choice Assessments and Cooperative Grading

Unit 5: Forces and Motion
Lesson 5 of 18

Objective: Students will be able to communicate the results of an investigation and work with a peer to assess their learning to determine a final grade.

Big Idea: As scientists, we rely on criticism from our peers as a way to improve our practice. Self-reflection is also important as it allows us to practice thinking about our thinking, which leads to creative breakthroughs and meaningful work.

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