Day 11: Mini-Whiteboards


In addition to large whiteboards for group work, I also have a set of mini-whiteboards that were cut from tile board. I use them as low-tech clickers in typical Peer Instruction fashion.

Today we used them to make predictions about position-time graphs created by buggies in front of a motion detector. I love how students can answer more than just multiple choice questions using mini-whiteboards!


About Frank Noschese

HS Physics Teacher constantly questioning my teaching.

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