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Math Modeling with White Boards


Working in groups, my physics students put preliminary graphs and the math model of the data for a problem on 24 X 32 inch white boards. I pick a student at random from each group to explain the results of the experiment to the class and to respond to questions from students and me. I assign selected problems from homework to be put on 12 inch square white boards and students take turns explaining their assigned problems. Through questioning about their presentations, I have uncovered misconceptions even though the written solution appeared correct.

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