AMTA Training Mechanics Day 5

Key Activities:

· Some whiteboarding tricks.

· Some strategies for grouping.

· Working on problems/worksheets

· Whiteboarding solutions

· Some lab work, acceleration of cart up then down the plane. Discussing results.

Day 5

Friday, June 19, 2015

7:36 AM

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Aidan a new arrival came.

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Technological problems.

We just switched from Microsoft Exchange to Gmail.

Network goes off at 1pm today.

Missed all of that discussion about students and teaching atmosphere.

Check out the cart with the acceleration indicator add on.

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How Mr. Stankevitz picks which student presents from which group, a die of various things…numbers.

Doesn’t whiteboarding get pretty old after a while.

Ask a presenter to change their answer or put an error in on purpose at some point.

Then hold students accountable if they don’t catch the error.

You have to present another team’s board.

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Group 7 Object A

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Introducing.

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An Honors Worksheet, Introduction

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Unit 3

Keep you in student mode.

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When we are done with these we are done for the day.

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0.5*0.12*33.333333^2+75-4*33.33333333=8.33333201

Just a side note, if you want to show a movie clip, show the movie Von Ryan’s Express…this is a movie clip…

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Pick constant velocity or constant acceleration.

This can be solved algebraically.

It will fill the whole whiteboard.

Created with Microsoft OneNote 2013.

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