Design Your Own Experiment- Distance and in-person learning

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Need a high-quality lesson to keep kids busy for at least 2 weeks? This is it. Have students choose their own adventure!

This can be used with students who are virtual/at home, in-person at school, or a combination of both (I sometimes have students who are virtual who want to work with students who are in-class).

When I have several virtual kids gone at a time, I make them work together in breakout rooms on a shared document (so I have less to grade). The sheet has students get approval on their setup along the way, helping guide them towards a testable, well-designed experiment, differentiated to their level.

Note that it CAN get a little chaotic trying to check off multiple groups at once, if you have lots of separate projects- that’s where having kids work in groups helps.

Students design an experiment and they practice identifying variables, graphing, doing data analysis, writing a CER, and more. All groups present their findings at the end.

Included:

  • Experiment question list for ideas
  • The schedule I use for this project
  • Student planning sheet
  • Presentation instructions
  • Presentation rubric

This takes 2 weeks, or 10 school days.

Total Pages
12 pages
Answer Key
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Teaching Duration
2 Weeks
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