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Personalization vs Differentiation vs Individualization Chart

"There is a difference between personalization and differentiation and individualization. Barbara Bray and Kathleen McClaskey developed this chart on the differences on approaches to teaching and learning.

The chart clearly explains that personalization is about the learner and the distinct difference in the learning environment."


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Mrs. Reinagel's curator insight, July 13, 2015 1:03 PM

#VBBT2015 Food for thought or just another word for the same?

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Physics Animations

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This website offers most interesting animated experiments and visualizations on physics with theoretical explanations.

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Introducing Newton's Laws with Learning Cycles / Labs, Activities, and Other CoolStuff

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This exploratory’s emphasis is on the introduction of Newton's 1st, 2nd and 3rd laws. At each station students are asked to perform one or more activities and answer questions based on their observations. These stations use a variety of...

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Physics Circus

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The National Science Foundation's Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellow, Marc "Zeke" Kossover, performs a series of physics feats and explains the science behind them.

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INERTIA: Johnny Carson: Dom DeLuise Egg Trick

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Comedy segment with Johnny and Dom DeLuise. Dom DeLuise sets up an elaborate slight of hand trick with eggs. Johhny thinks he's in on the gag when things suddenly turn into an impromptu food fight. From The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson.

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Operation Physics: Children's science misconceptions

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A list compiled by the Operation Physics Elementary/middleschool physics education outreach project of the American Institute of Physics.


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Brigham French's curator insight, June 22, 2013 2:03 AM

List of common misconceptions for science related material. First step in conceptual change model is identifying misconceptions. 

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Project Based Learning is . . . .m4v

How a project develops. 


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Confusion Regarding Newton’s Third Law of Motion

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Recently on the Modeling Instruction listserv there was a discussion about difficulties that students have with Newton's Third Law and how teachers might best address these difficulties. It appeare...

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Kevin_Bidwill_Physics

Through the fan cart, we practiced newton's second law of physics. By having a fan cart roll down the track, we used the computer to tell my group the acceleration after testing different masses. My group's data came out to be ...

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What is Newton's Second Law? | Learner Reader Writer

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Where the F is force, the m is mass, and the a is acceleration. I should point out ... The SI unit for mass is the kilogram, for speed is metres per second, for force is the Newton, for distance is the metre, and for time is the second.

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Newton's law of Motion - Physics Help

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According to the second law of motion “When a force is applied to an object an acceleration is developed and this acceleration is directly proportional to the applied force and inversely proportional to the mass of the object.” ...

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Newton's Second Law of Motion - Online Science Help

Newton's Second Law of Motion: When a force acts on a mass, acceleration is produced on the object. Greater force is needed to accelerate the object of greater mass. The Second Law gives the exact relationship between ...

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Amusement Park Physics -- Design a Roller Coaster

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BBC - Schools Science Clips - Pushes and pulls What next

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This screen gives you some ideas of where to go next once you have completed the Pushes and pulls activity on the Science Clips website.

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Science Of NHL Hockey: Projectile Motion

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Projectile motion allows hockey players to shoot the puck with a high rate of precision

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Going Beyond the Physics Textbook

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I have the honor of being invited by Discovery Education to attend their second "Beyond the Textbook" forum to be held this Wednesday and Thursday at their headquarters in Silver Spring, Maryland. ...

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Journey in Technology: 21st Century Science Teaching: Getting Students beyond Formula Hunting Strategies

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Activity Based Physics Alternative Homework Assignments

A new approach to introductory physics homework. Problems develop physics skills in real world contexts.

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Physics experiments

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Physics experiments...

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This 'Mousetrap' can crush a car -- and teach physics

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If the crooked blue staircase, colorful crank and dangling bathtub looked familiar, well, that's the point.

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Exploring balanced forces and the nature of locality with slinkies

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I started this blog 2 years ago to mostly record the things I was doing in my physics classes. It’s been quite some time since I’ve written anything about physics teaching, so I thought...

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Newton's Second Law of Motion Explained « Fluids in Motion

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Newton's Second Law of Motion is also known as the Law of Acceleration. According to this law, F=ma where F is the force being applied to the object, m is the mass of the object, and a is the acceleration experienced by the ...

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Newton's Second Law | Think Tank Centre

The second law states that the acceleration of an object is dependent upon two variables - the net force acting upon the object and the mass of the object. ... Newton's second law of motion can be formally stated as follows: ...

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New Exhibit! | Mr. O! A Video Blog from the Children's Museum of ...

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Newton's Second Law of Motion: F=ma (force equals mass times acceleration) or, the more force you apply to an object, the greater the acceleration, but the more mass it has, the more it resists acceleration.

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