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Reflecting on your learning

Reflecting on your learning
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You’ve reached the end of the second week of this course. This week you have:

  • developed your subject knowledge about forces.
  • reflected on strategies to elicit misconceptions.
  • explored activities to address some common misconceptions.

Reflection grid

Fill in this week’s reflection grid now if you haven’t already done so. If you have any outstanding questions from this week, post them to Step 3.14 and we will address them in the end of course Q&A.

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What’s been your key take-away from this week?
Post your thoughts below and let others know about this course via social media with the hashtag #FLSTEMPrimaryScience.
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