PTIL = Physics Things I Learned. For this assignment you will record and share everything that you learned about physics while finishing a particular assignment. A PTIL is meant to be shared, i.e. other people will see it, so make it something that you are proud of.
Step 1: Collect your notes from finishing the assignment and organize them. Step 2: Prioritize notes and group them into categories Step 3: Record what you learned in one of the following ways.
Below are two examples of PTIL assignments done by hand. They are both good and bad for different reasons. Tips: - Underline physics terms you use - Group thoughts into sub categories with headings
This is a PTIL that I recorded. It must be 4 minutes in length. Tips: - Start with some notes. To make this I was looking at my copy/paste notes that I created for this project.
At the link to the left is an example of a PTIL created on a website. This is nice if you have pictures to show. Tips: - Chronological order is nice. Tell the story of what you did - Underline terms that you use