Science & Nature
Fun Science Experiments - Learn How to Create Them - Gravity
In this one-time class, students will learn how to critically think about science experiments through dropping objects and calculating gravity. We'll discuss improvements to the experiments and consider how to write up an experiment.
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In this one-time class, students will learn how to critically think about science experiments through dropping objects and calculating gravity. This is the same class as the popular Fun Science Experiments - Critical Thinking of Gravity Calculations - only for a younger audience! If a student is interested in dropping a certain object to see it fall, we may be able to add this in the class, especially if known ahead of time. We'll discuss what worked and did not work in the experiments and...
Students will gain an appreciation of scientific experimentation. They will use critical thinking to consider the variables within an experiment. Some may learn how to calculate gravity and may think about the scientific method.
No homework will be assigned. Students are welcome to write about the experiments and I'm quite willing to provide feedback if any work is sent my way after class.
Optional items - time measuring device and paper and pen. Students may print out what is sent if preferred, but not necessary.
No assessing in this class.
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Trudy FieldThe knowledge journey - the love and fun of learning!
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Hi, I'm Trudy Field. I have a Bachelor of Environmental Chemistry degree from the University of Waterloo. I love to make teaching fun. Students learn best when learning is fun. I like to make the class interactive and entertaining. I have...