Need a way to explain experimental error to middle school kids without confusing them? This lesson is designed to look at data and experimental error to get kids comfortable with the idea that no experiment is perfect. This is the fifth lesson in my digital interactive notebook series. This complete paperless lesson designed to be used online in Canvas, Google Classroom or on a single computer. This digital interactive notebook file is a fully editable activity, designed to be shared or downloaded with students in a 1 to 1 or computer lab setting. There are three components to the lesson, a brief content explanation, a digital sorting activity and a personal reflection. Students can work through this at their own pace or as a directed activity
What You Get
Fully Editable Concept slides
Student Digital Concept Sorts/activities
Student reflection page
Print file for student activities
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