Travel Graphs TN

 teachMathematics: Travel Graphs TN

The practical part of this activity can be completed as a first introductory lesson for distance-time graphs. No prior knowledge is required since the motion sensors provide the scaffolding and feedback to get the students to understand how the graphs are used to record position at different times. The second part of the activity gets students to consider the link between speed and distance (they naturally start to do...


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