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Tuesday, August 4 • 1:45pm - 3:00pm
Workshop 4K: Video analysis for labs and projects in applied math and science

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Video analysis is one of the most economical and flexible experimental techniques to enable students to do authentic experiments across scientific disciplines. It also scales to project-based learning, student research, and on-line teaching. Pivot Interactives is a web application with interactive videos for measurement and analysis. Students make measurements in high-quality videos of experiments, investigate relationships between variables, linearize data, and use data and/or graphs to answer questions or solve problems. You can search for videos and activities by AP or NGSS standard or you can search by discipline (Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science, or Physics). Pivot can be used for lab or for practical homework problems - imagine replacing a word problem with given numbers in the question with a video where students have to collect data in order to answer the question. In this hands-on workshop, you will explore videos in various areas and in various contexts such as a lab, a homework problem, and a project.

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Aaron Titus

Professor of Physics, High Point University
Aaron Titus is a Professor of Physics at High Point University. Aaron’s contributions are at the intersection of undergraduate research, educational technology, computational physics, leadership, and student mentoring. In 1997, Aaron and Larry Martin co-created WebAssign—a web-based... Read More →


Tuesday August 4, 2020 1:45pm - 3:00pm EDT
Zoom Room 11