Day 25 – VPGM Whiteboards

Tues. Oct. 8, 2013

Note: Monday was Parent-Teacher conferences, so no school.

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Chemistry 1 – Thank you to The Chemist Tom (@ChemistTom) I found a beautiful way to have students organize their whiteboards showing four different models to explain lab results.  Watch as The Chemist Tom explains.  Now Tom and I use a few different terms, but none-the-less its the same idea.

Today students were to put together a whiteboard from lab results that compared mass and volume measurements of different objects.  The first picture above is what I wrote on the front board to guide students in their board making process.  The second picture above shows one of the groups finished product.

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Physics 1 – Today small groups worked on some classic research based, misconception inducing constant velocity model problems.  The robots had a day off, which is sad.  But at the same time I have found that students are strugeling to make connections between graphical, pictorial (motion maps), and mathematical models of motion.  So back to paper and pencil.

Chemistry 2 – Students took an end of unit assessment on Gas and Solution Stoichiometry.

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About bradwysocki

I teach high school Chemistry and Physics using Arizona State University's Modeling Method. The school I teach in is Bloomer HS in Northwest Wisconsin. I've been using the Modeling Method for 7 years now and have just recently begun using Standards Based Grading as a way to assess my students learning.
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One Response to Day 25 – VPGM Whiteboards

  1. Pingback: Day 26 – Whiteboard Face-off | 180 Days of Mr. Wysocki's Classes

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