Author: iliyana2016

Science Stop Motion Collaboration Fluency Project

This is the link to the stop motion video:

Collaboration fluency:

1.We had strength’s with some people having creative ideas for the project. We also had people who knew how to edit, and do the voice over. We got strength’s in plenty with everyone having different ideas and different types of creativity which helped in the project.

2.I edited, me and Patrick made the clay sculptures, Eva moved around the sculptures to create the stop motion while we made what we would need next for the stop motion. I also did the voice over for the project with help from the notes.

3.We want to meet deadlines, try to make sure the work is equal and have everyone having fun and working together while doing the project. We want to make sure we have everything and try our bests to get the highest marks possible.

4.I feel we’d have a problem and it would be more difficult to get a good mark or finish the project if these rules aren’t followed.

5.I don’t have questions. I understand the requirements of the project.

6.Our goals is to meet the deadline and acquire a good mark while also having fun together while doing the project.

7.The final outcome will look like a fluid movie with a voice over to describe whats happening. Information that is needed are what happens during each phase along with the order of phases.

8.Day 1 would be planning, Day 2-3 Would be taking pictures, Day 4 would be editing and day 5  would be finishing any loose ends.

Digital Footprint

1.Your digital footprint will be looked for when you try to get into a college/university as they check your digital footprint, the same thing occurs when you do an interview, they will check your digital footprint to see if your good and professional or bad and lazy. They’d make sure your qualified to be working at their establishment.

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2.Don’t post anything bad, don’t get peer pressured into posting something you don’t want to post. Make sure not to post anything inappropriate and especially don’t bully people or say rude or mean things about anyone over the internet.

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3. I would pass on the fact that if you post something, it’s there forever on your digital footprint and will be extremely hard to take off, almost impossible to take off of your digital footprint. If anyone ever looks you up, it’ll be there for them to look at. Social media can be a very dangerous thing if you don’t use it correctly. Also, it’s not even good to do those bad things even if their not posted. Actively support those around you, if you wouldn’t want your parents to see it, it means it shouldn’t be posted.

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Réflexion – Monsieur Lazhar

Je réponds à la question:  Quelle est la différence entre éduquer et enseigner? Pensez-vous que le système scolaire devrait seulement enseigner aux élèves et non pas les éduquer?

Science App Review

Solution Fluency

Define: Problem is that we need to figure out the intensity.

Questions: How many volts do we have? How much resistance do we have?

Dream: What could I do if I had something to figure out the intensity?

It could help me by letting me complete the question.

Design/Delivery: My plan is to use this website to complete the question by using it to help me figure our the intensity.

Debrief: I could’ve improved my plan by having the website, ready before I start the question.

 

 

I reviewed the app Ohm’s Law 1.3.4. It is a helpful science app on the Phet simulations website. You might be asking: How useful it is and what can it do to help me pass grade 9 science. Ever think that calculating intensity is hard in a equation? Well this application will help you do the equation in a more fun way! It helps you in the electricity course to calculate voltage by using the I=V/R equation. You can choose the amount of voltage and resistance which will give you how much intensity you will get with that amount of voltage and resistance. I went through the app testing around and it’s basically just a fun way of doing your science homework. It makes the equation easier to do and in such a fun way! I went through doing all my voltage/resistance questions with it to figure out intensity and I think it really helped me and was faster and more fun than any other way.

The pros of this application:

It’s fun. Easy to use. Helps you with your homework. I mean what can’t it do! You can figure out the Intensity of most questions in a fast, easy and best of all, fun way! It also has really great sound effects whenever your pulling a lever to change the amount of volts or resistance.

The cons of this application:

You can only go to 1000 Resistance/Ohms or 9V/6 1.5V batters. But, other than those 2 limitations there isn’t anything to complain aboutadl16-review-pictures

This tool is easy to use and doesn’t really need any explication as all you need to do is change the number of amps and resistance to see how much intensity/amps you get. It does nothing to help you if you’re confused, but I’m sure you’ll figure out how to use it fairly quickly. The app helps you understand how much volts and resistance can create how much intensity/amps. It teaches you the amount of intensity that can be created from volts and resistance of different amounts of your choosing. It also helps you understand the equation as with this you’ll now that volts = intensity/amps but resistance will lower the amount of Intensity/amps, which means V/R= I. It completely helps you understand the equation. It’s a pretty innovative app as it shows a circuit below with the amount of batterys which give off the amount of voltage and shows how much voltage each battery is giving. It also shows how many volts are in the Red Sphere which is where all the voltage is going after getting resisted by the wires which I feel is something that isn’t shown much. adl16-review-pictures

 

 

Well that’s my review on the Ohm’s Law app on the phet simulator.

I hope you enjoy the app as much as I did!

Thank you for your time.

 

 

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