Go paperless with this Motion Graphs Digital Inquiry Investigation.
This is a digital inquiry investigation that operates in the internet "cloud" to allow your students to access, edit, and print from any computer or device. Formatted to work with both GOOGLE Drive
™ and Microsoft OneDrive
In Part 1 your students will love learning how to interpret motion graphs by manipulating the motion of skateboarders to see how it affects their motion graph. In Part 2 students will enjoy matching the motion of soccer players to their graphs as they learn why graphs look a certain way.
***This digital inquiry investigation is NOT iPAD compatible***
Why you should go digital?
* No more printing a ton of paper
* Students work directly in the file
* Everything is saved automatically
* Highly engaging
* Career and College readiness
* Looks like a traditional paper and pencil notebook
* Allows for student collaboration
Included in this investigation:
* Teachers guide that includes the access link and instructions on how to use it in the classroom
* Movable pieces for students to interact with
* links to the two online investigations that go with the questions
* Competed Teacher investigation as a separate file
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