Atomic Model

A formative assessment that showed what students learned about the atomic model during independent learning time. Students were to use Keynote to draw an atom, label the subatomic particles, label their charges, and do an animation or voice over explaining the atomic model.

Side note: I used Apple Classroom to lock them onto keynote so they could not look up the answers, making the assessment more authentic.

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Posted on November 19, 2023

Great idea to use keynote to lock them in! Also, the video would not open for me, but could be a "me problem"!

Posted on November 30, 2023

A perfect way to capture the student thought process with out the use of pen and paper, and to let their creativity lead their learning!

Posted on February 28, 2024

This is fantastic, I am applying this in my classroom also. I am implementing the live video aspect with it. Thank you for this fantastic idea.

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