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Newton's Second Law lesson in Moodle

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Material Type: Assignment
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Date Added to MERLOT: March 03, 2011
Date Modified in MERLOT: March 19, 2013
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Submitter : Daniel Beuchert

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This is a lesson introducing acceleration in Newton's Second Law using the moodle course management system.  In the lesson, students watch short videos about acceleration, and how it is affected first by force, second  by mass, and lastly it looks at what happens when both increase proportionally.  Each concept is introduced by a... More

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Newton, Second Law, Moodle, Acceleration

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Primary Audience: Middle School, High School
Mobile Compatibility: Not specified at this time
Technical Requirements: Web browser, up to date flash and java.
Language: English Material Version: 1
Cost Involved: no Source Code Available: unsure
Accessiblity Information Available: unsure Copyright: yes
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  • Editor Review avg:2 stars
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  • Discussion (3 Comments)
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Avatar for Antonio Aguillon
3 years ago

Antonio Aguillon (Student)

That was a very creative way of teaching physics. Physics is such a difficult subject to teach, in my opinion, so the fact that you were able to make fun, entertaining, and interesting, while delivering the point is very impressive.

Time spent reviewing site: 20 minutes

Avatar for Jeannine Baum
3 years ago

Jeannine Baum (Teacher (K-12))

I think this is a great use of technology to teach a lesson.  The format is clean and easy to follow. You switch from video to reading which will keep kids somewhat entertained.  I like that you have a lesson and ten a quiz and a chance to try again.  I also like that you make it so students are penalized for simply rushing through and guessing the answer.  The format encourages students to actually learn and pay attention.  Switching the questions when they get one wrong is also a great tool because they again must show they read/watched/or learned what they were supposed to.  You also scaffold the lesson well from teaching a formula to applying a formula.  Great Job!

Time spent reviewing site: 15 min

Avatar for Melissa White
3 years ago

Melissa White (Faculty)

Nice job! Like I said earlier this is a great use of the lesosn format in Moodle. Very easy to create an interactive lesson.


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