I think I downloaded and burned this in record time.
Quoting Steve Dembo…
I went out and taped ten events. They were simple. I walked down two flights of stairs. I ran up a hill. I drove my car. Each event was exactly fifteen seconds long.
I put a handout on every studentâ€™s desk with a graph ready for each event.
I played each event and then paused the video. I asked questions like, â€œWhen the clock started, was I up high or down low?â€
You get the idea. Not only does he share how he did the lesson, but he shares the videos themselves, along with handouts and instructions. Want to take it offline? He also shares an ISO that you can burn to a DVD. So if you teach graphing at all, you can grab this resource and be using it on Monday.
Dan Meyer is a heck of a guy. Go look at these stories for yourself!