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Unformatted text preview: Physics 140 – Fa 2007 Lecture 4 : 13 Sep Ch 3 topics: • relative motion • circular motion Science Learning Center (SLC) Peer-Led Study Groups for Physics 140 • Same small group of motivated students studying collaboratively (Max. 12 students per group) • Two hour weekly meetings, located in an SLC alcove or classroom • Review material, solve problems, discuss concepts, ask questions, and prepare for exams •Led by trained facilitator who has taken the class successfully, who will guide and encourage group discussions NOT another lecture • Students learn new perspectives on material by teaching and learning from each other Working in a group setting allowed us to bounce ideas off each other. Also, having to explain material to someone else helps you understand it better yourself.--Winter 05 Study Group Student Working in a group setting allowed us to bounce ideas off each other. Also, having to explain material to someone else helps you understand it better yourself.--Winter 05 Study Group Student What Winter 2005 Students Say About SLC Physics 140 Study Groups “It gave me a consistent time every week to work on physics.” “(I) was able to complete and understand the...
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2008 for the course PHYSICS 140 taught by Professor Evrard during the Fall '07 term at University of Michigan.
- Fall '07
- Circular Motion