Taylor Wichmanowski

Taylor Wichmanowski
High School Science
66 Lessons
Los Angeles High School Of The Arts (lahsa)
Los Angeles, CA
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Etymology: What's with all the big words in science?
Big Idea: Students understand the origin and rationale of using scientific terminology and equip themselves to understand the terms they will encounter throughout the course.
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What is science?
Big Idea: Science is a work in progress... our theories are the best explanation based on available evidence, but are able to be changed in light of new evidence.
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Data Collection: Using Metric Units & Collecting Quantitative and Qualitative Data
Big Idea: Both quantitive and qualitative observations provide useful data to scientists.
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The Scientific Method
Big Idea: The scientific method is a controlled way of answering questions and solving problems.
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Evaluating Existing Experimental Designs
Big Idea: Proper application of the scientific method requires careful experimental design and control of variables.
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Designing an Experiment: (The Scientific Method in Action part 1)
Big Idea: How can you answer a question using the scientific method?
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Conducting an Experiment: (The Scientific Method in Action part 2)
Big Idea: Experiences in the field can highlight the shortcomings of an experimental design. Also: Science is fun!
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Writing a Lab Report: (The Scientific Method in Action part 3)
Big Idea: Scientific isn't a "Correct Hypothesis Contest". Scientific conclusions are determined by careful review of evidence, not by "cherry picking" the evidence that supports a predetermined conclusion.
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Peer Review: Critically Evaluating Conclusions & Looking for Experimental Error
Big Idea: Scientific experiments (and the conclusions drawn from them) need to be evaluated by a group of peers.
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