Good afternoon everyone!
We return to our second week in Module 3 on the Scientific Method. We had lots of fun learning with Dr. Adam C. Simon last week and this week we have more fun in store as we continue to explore within the cycles of scientific inquiry!
Here is the Module 3 to-do list. Hopefully, you already began working on many of these assignments last week as we have 3 project assignments to complete this week as well!
Module 3 on the Scientific Method:
- THURSDAY’S CLASS WILL BE BACK ON ZOOM THIS WEEK
- Read and watch Book 3
- Complete Scaffolded Notes 3
- Read this article including reading and annotate it using Hypothes.is to complete Quiz 3.
- Submit your entry to Forum 3,
- Be sure to read what others have shared and leave at least ONE comment on another person’s work.
- Write your Reflection 3 and take 5 minutes to proofread it before submitting your assignment.
- Are there any typos or grammatical errors?
- Did I explain concepts I learned (Instead of, “I learned about a new perspective about the scientific method,” try to explain, “A new perspective that I learned about the scientific method is that [then give a detailed explanation like you would to a friend not taking this class])
- How do you use TSM in everyday life?
Semester-Long Project Goals:
- Complete Task 1 of your Team Project Design Challenge by 2/15 5 PM. Task 1 is: Choose a topic and compile a list of references.
- Public Science Project Milestone 2 is due on 2/17 by 5 pm!
- Complete 1 Ethical Reasoning Case Study by 2/18 at 5 pm – Independently work on a Case Study topic of your choosing! See the semester-long Module Ethical Reasoning Case Studies and Discussions for resources and the submission portal!
We appreciate your hard work and enthusiasm in this class! As always, please email us any questions that you may have- we love questions!
Your BIT Instructional Team,
Dr. Carlos Goller | email: email@example.com
Dr. Carly Sjogren | email: firstname.lastname@example.org