Alona Vered, M.Sc.
HEMDA Schwartz-Reisman Science Education Center, Tel Aviv-Jaffo.
This workshop will demonstrate some examples of graphic questions with randomly generated parameters directed on qualitative analysis and understanding rather than computation training.
The main goals are helping students to overcome frequent difficulties and repair typical misconceptions such as: description of graphically depicted motion, translation real motion into it’s graph representation, distinction between different types of graphs, and more.
Implementation of this kind of training encourages self-learning and can be more effective than teacher’s lecture and explanation. Withal the teacher keeps control on students' progress and can give help if needed.
Some preliminary knowledge of the Moodle Formulas is advisable.