For a ‘Physics: Electricity and Magnetism’ course, my partner and I designed and executed a classroom lesson and activity for third graders. Through easily comprehendible demonstrations, we showed them the principles of electricity and magnetism in order to explain how a motor worked. Then each student built their own motor by putting the principles they just learned into action. By the end of the lesson, the students had a basic understanding of the workings of a motor. We ran this curricula for three classes. Above, you can see an example of the motor that students built using the activity instructions, linked below.
Teammate: Rahil Dedhia
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