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"Interactions"
My Imagine IT project revolves around "Interactions".The three big ideas that are represented into my Iimage include: first, interactions of an object with other objects can be described by force (Force); second, interactions between systems can result in changes in those systems; third, changes that occur as a result of interactions are constrained by conservation laws.In short it is about force, motion, and conservation of energy.
The first image a big rock.The big idea," The interactions of an object with other objects can be described by force”. Essential Knowledge: A force exerted on an object is always due to the interaction of that object with another object. In the image, there is a force due to gravity (Fg) exerting on the rock by the earth, and the ground is exerting an upward force on rock (Fn). When the object is at rest, there may be forces exerted on that object by other object like the rock that stands still on the ground. Can students challenge to claim that object can exert a force on itself? In the classroom, students will be able to express the forces acting on an object using narrative, mathematical, and graphical representation through product of their choice.
The second big idea: “The interaction between systems can results in changes in those systems. The image, a big rock being pushed will help to convey that it is not enough to simply applying force to cause the object to move. A net force needs to overcome the inertia to make it moves. An example of motion, a change in position, momentum, as well as the energy.The enduring understanding, acceleration is directly related to the net force exerted on the system and inversely proportion to its mass. The students will be able to apply Newton' Law using multimedia representations show misconceptions.
The third big idea, changes that occur as a result of interactions are constrained by conservation laws. The enduring understanding, the energy of a system is conserved in any system whether it is biological, physical, or chemical. A rolling snowball from top to the bottom of the hill has potential energy which is converted into kinetic energy. With reference to the bottom of the hill, potential energy of the snow ball on top of the hill is equal to the kinetic energy just before hitting the ground.The energy in the system is conserved from potential energy to kinetic energy. Students should be able to set up a representation or model showing energy pie diagram as the snowball rolls down the hill.
My IT project will focus on the three big ideas and the preconceptions. It will be integrated into my physics classes this school year to show case how TPACK (Mishra's Effect),Technology, Pedagogy, and Content Knowledge through a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering. and Mathematics) is applied into my classroom.
The first image a big rock.The big idea," The interactions of an object with other objects can be described by force”. Essential Knowledge: A force exerted on an object is always due to the interaction of that object with another object. In the image, there is a force due to gravity (Fg) exerting on the rock by the earth, and the ground is exerting an upward force on rock (Fn). When the object is at rest, there may be forces exerted on that object by other object like the rock that stands still on the ground. Can students challenge to claim that object can exert a force on itself? In the classroom, students will be able to express the forces acting on an object using narrative, mathematical, and graphical representation through product of their choice.
The second big idea: “The interaction between systems can results in changes in those systems. The image, a big rock being pushed will help to convey that it is not enough to simply applying force to cause the object to move. A net force needs to overcome the inertia to make it moves. An example of motion, a change in position, momentum, as well as the energy.The enduring understanding, acceleration is directly related to the net force exerted on the system and inversely proportion to its mass. The students will be able to apply Newton' Law using multimedia representations show misconceptions.
The third big idea, changes that occur as a result of interactions are constrained by conservation laws. The enduring understanding, the energy of a system is conserved in any system whether it is biological, physical, or chemical. A rolling snowball from top to the bottom of the hill has potential energy which is converted into kinetic energy. With reference to the bottom of the hill, potential energy of the snow ball on top of the hill is equal to the kinetic energy just before hitting the ground.The energy in the system is conserved from potential energy to kinetic energy. Students should be able to set up a representation or model showing energy pie diagram as the snowball rolls down the hill.
My IT project will focus on the three big ideas and the preconceptions. It will be integrated into my physics classes this school year to show case how TPACK (Mishra's Effect),Technology, Pedagogy, and Content Knowledge through a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering. and Mathematics) is applied into my classroom.
IVideo
The IVideo is created to showcase the big ideas in 23 minutes time.
