I picked the first one because I still struggle with this. http://www.slnova.org/Mortensen/projects/117835/ I struggle with the patience to get the modules to run correctly. I just need to keep practicing the modules.
I chose the easy one, this is not taught at the 6th grade level.
I chose the easy challenge as I needed a refresher.http://www.slnova.org/shemerson/projects/80216/The coding is always a struggle. It reinforces why partner programming is such a great idea to implement with students!Yep....help is always good!
I'd be willing to help or give suggestions but I can't view your project. If you put it in your SLNova 'public gallery' I could take a look at the code.
Paige, Project GUTS facilitator
Challenge 1http://www.slnova.org/dawn.monson/projects/96734/This one was easier because I was use to working with it in class.
Easy challenge.http://www.slnova.org/elward/projects/78474/I struggle remembering what I have learned during the training.
I chose easy because I am not teaching this one and have never been trained on this module.http://www.slnova.org/wellalan/projects/156415/
I did the easy because I don't understand this topic as I don't teach it.
I chose the first one because I couldn't get it or something like it, to work during the training session.http://www.slnova.org/mann_d/projects/180949/I struggled with figuring out that I needed to actually write the code instead of copying it in order for it to work. After that, it worked as expected.Probably on the more advanced challenges.
I did the easier one because I could not figure out the other ones.
I guess I need help on the harder one.
I added an additional copper strip. I needed to add a second widget that said to add another strip. This is difficult mainly for the complexity of the model.
I chose the medium challenge because we had already done the extra copper strips in our class. It was tough because I didn't really understand the chemistry behind it. I'm not totally sure I got it right, but I've got things changing colors and I'll take it!
http://www.slnova.org/kndoyle/projects/196637/ I chose the easier one because I definately needed a refresher course on this activity.
I added two more copper strips. I tried placing them at different angles but it always seemed to land outside of space land. I also added a color change, but I need to work on the code to be sure it turns completely blue.
I have not spent much time exploring physical science models – so I decided to complete the easy simulation. I moved the “copper strip” from the right side of the space land to the center. After reviewing the code - I am confident I will be able to add a new “copper strip”. I am still having issues creating "action buttons” that can be utilized to add a new strip. How will I be able to add an “action button” to toggle between a “copper strip” and a new “metal strip”.