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Science in Focus: Force and Motion
About the Workshops
1. Making an Impact
2. Drag
3. When Rubber
Meets the Road
5. Keep on
6. Force Against Force
7. The Lure of
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From: Karen Smith (msmith47@attbi.com)
Date: Tue Jun 25 2002 - 11:08:01 EDT

  • Next message: Leslie Marra: "Re: [Channel-talkforce] workshop #5"

    Can you better explain the unbalanced forces again with respect to moving objects? I know they can be balanced (even though my misconception logic says otherwise) but I am still not sure I understand HOW or WHY.
    I also made an observation: At least via the video coverage available, both the cameraperson and the teachers have spent more time (except in the 6th workshop classroom) with the all-boy groups, as well as allowing more boys to speak during the class discussions. As a psychologist I actually do not find this surprising, just continually interesting, given the research in this area. I wonder of anyone else noticed this?

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