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We love science, especially fun experiments. The problem with our experiments is that they are normally "one and done," with students referencing notes or memory as we move ahead with analyses. Often, it would be incredibly helpful to go back and review certain steps, moments, and reactions to gain a deeper understanding of what happened. A high-speed camera would certainly be a great tool in accomplishing this. This autumn, our classroom will be physics-heavy with extended units on Energy, Force & Interactions and Newton's Laws of Motion. The experiments that are planned will be eye-catching and exciting. Catapults, pumpkin drops, and the physics of baseball are three examples. A high speed camera will allow students to film the actions and results and enable them to go back to review, frame-by-frame, the entire process. This camera will also allow me to provide students who are being kept home during the pandemic with the same experiments and results that the students who are physically in class have access to, keeping us all on the same page.

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We love science, especially fun experiments. The problem with our experiments is that they are normally "one and done," with students referencing notes or memory as we move ahead with analyses. Often, it would be incredibly helpful to go back and review certain steps, moments, and reactions to gain a deeper understanding of what happened. A high-speed camera would certainly be a great tool in accomplishing this. This autumn, our classroom will be physics-heavy with extended units on Energy, Force & Interactions and Newton's Laws of Motion. The experiments that are planned will be eye-catching and exciting. Catapults, pumpkin drops, and the physics of baseball are three examples. A high speed camera will allow students to film the actions and results and enable them to go back to review, frame-by-frame, the entire process. This camera will also allow me to provide students who are being kept home during the pandemic with the same experiments and results that the students who are physically in class have access to, keeping us all on the same page.

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