To the normal observer, the “hands-on” experiment in Kari Migasz’s Kiel Middle School sixth grade science class might have looked like just another lesson.

As students engaged in a chance to learn about and chart kinetic energy transfer, they were busy trying to study hypotheses and capture measurements.
Two spheres of different weights rolled down a ramp and pushed objects along a ruler. Measurements were recorded. Students evaluated what they learned.
Just another day in the middle school science learning curve this seemed.

(Please see the February 13  issue of the Tri-County News for more on this story.)

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