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Laboratories

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Competency E2

Demonstrate understanding of the process of scientific inquiry, and explain how scientific knowledge is discovered and validated.

 

Lab Discussions

 

 

 

 

 

 

Revised Labs: NEXUS Physics Labs, 2013-2014

 

131 Labs (First Run, Fall 2012)

 

 

For Lab 1a:

 

For Lab 1b:

(w/ MP response prompt: "In one or two paragraphs, please describe what you found interesting in your exploration of ImageJ. (For example: Did you find an interesting image in the Cell Image Library?  Did you discover a fascinating functionality of ImageJ?  Did you find an application of ImageJ that sparked your interest?  Why did you find this thing interesting?")

 

For Lab 2:

 

 

For Lab 3:

 (w/ MP response prompt: "If you found anything unclear or confusing, ask a question that might help clarify it for you. If there was nothing unclear or confusing, pose a question that will help you relate the information in the page to other things you know or will clarify for you how it might be relevant or important to other topics.")

 

For Lab 4:

 

For Lab 5:

(w/ MP response prompt: "Now that you have read the Log-Log page, please write any questions you have in the space below.  Is there anything about which you are confused?  Do you have questions about how to extend/apply the information?  If you have no questions, think about a possible application of this technique and what you would expect the application to yield (i.e., give an example and state how an application of Log-Log graphs would be useful).") 

(w/ MP response prompt: "Now that you have read more about Log-Log plots, please write any questions you have in the space below.  Is there anything about which you are confused?  Do you have questions about how to extend/apply the information?  If you have no questions, think about a possible application of this technique and what you would expect the application to yield (i.e., give an example and state how an application of Log-Log graphs would be useful).")

 

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