Conclusion phase

The most obvious approach in the conclusion phase is to ask the students to revise their hypothesis, select relevant data sets and observations, and adapt, if necessary, the hypothesis. This activity can be supported with the Go-Lab Conclusion tool.

To further support students, some statements or questions can be defined to be answered by the students. In some cases, the students may have to go back to previous phases to view those statements.

Examples:

  • What is the influence of the sea breeze on the development of clouds?
  • Is the total momentum (on the x-y plane) you calculated zero? If not, why is it not zero?

You can use the Input Box app to give students the opportunity to note down their answers.

FAQ ID: 

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