- Accumulations are simple
- Representing kinematics
- An easy start…
- A sequence
- Real stories of motion
- Recording and generating journeys
- Accumulations change displacement
- Accumulations and tracks
- Changing velocity
- To one dimension
- Algebra, at last
- And finally, graphs
- Why two dimensions?
- Taking a point of view
- Arrows as a primary representation
- Motion sensors and measures
- On designing a sequence
- Significant teaching and learning challenges
- Are graphs and algebra central?
- Concluding

Prefer starting in 2 dimensions