- This PBL project required students to design, build, and then explain a working Rube Goldberg Machine as a way to demonstrate mastery of Newton's Laws.
- High School
- Material Type:
- Ben Owens
- Date Added:
- Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial
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- Downloadable docs, Text/HTML
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*I really like the scaffolding to assist their learning and the contracts to keep them accountable.
*Full alignment to the breadth and depth of the tagged standard.
* Has clear learning objectives that can be accomplished through the completion of this resource.
*Has clear assessment strategies that measure student progress and mastery of the learning objectives.
*This resource is aligned with the HQ PBL criteria thought the public product criterion needs more attention and elaboration
*Strengths: the authenticity and the project management criterion are very high and I love the scaffolding for the students to help them navigate through the project.
Opportunities: according to the resource, students are to participate in a Crazy Competition Day, but what makes it competitive and who specifically is the audience?