Teaching Science as Investigations Modeling Inquiry Through Learning Cycle Lessons by Richard H. Moyer

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  • General science,
  • Industrial or vocational training,
  • Primary / junior schools,
  • Elementary School Science And Health,
  • Education,
  • Education / Teaching,
  • Elementary,
  • Teaching Methods & Materials - Science & Technology,
  • Education / Teaching Methods & Materials / Science & Technology,
  • Inquiry-based learning,
  • Science,
  • Study and teaching (Elementary),
  • Study and teaching (Middle school)

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Number of Pages360
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Open LibraryOL9774743M
ISBN 100132186276
ISBN 109780132186278

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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: Learning through investigations --Using scientific investigations to explain the nature of science --Taking the first steps in doing investigations --Asking investigable questions --Scientific investigations in the classroom --Assessing scientific investigations --Talking and.

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[Richard Moyer; Jay K Hackett; Susan A Everett] -- This book provides teachers with a series of carefully developed 5-E inquiry lesson models. The lessons are standards-based and organized to provide a sequential development of physical, life, and. Written with reform in mind, this book combines the teaching and learning of science by integrating pedagogy within science content investigations.

The first chapter in each unit Teaching Science as Investigations book investigations appropriate for K-4 learners and the subsequent chapters present investigations for Grades Each investigation has one student version that can be reproduced for classroom use and one.

The aim of this book is to help teachers develop a basic repertoire of science activities for children: first-hand experiences of the world through which they can learn to observe, investigate and interpret in.

Science Lessons and Investigations provides you with teaching support and comprehensive science units that include: Concept engagement activity that sparks students’ interest and engages prior knowledge by introducing each topic with questions and s: 1.

In the vision of science Teaching Science as Investigations book portrayed by the Standards, effective teachers of science create an environment in which they and students work together as active students are engaged in learning about the natural world and the scientific principles needed to understand it, teachers are working with their colleagues to expand their knowledge about science teaching.

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the Benchmarks for Science Literacy (AAAS, ). From a science perspective, inquiry ori-ented instruction engages students in the investigative nature of science, says David L. Haury in his article, Teaching Science through Inquiry ().

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In the do-first model*, students are immersed in unit concepts by completing hands-on investigations that allow them to apply science and engineering practices and construct their own explanations of core ideas. Then students read texts, watch videos, and complete more investigations that help them confirm or refine their explanations.

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This resource supports core concepts of STEM instruction and builds college and career. Learning & Teaching Scientific Inquiry: Research and Applications vii Preface Over the past 20 years, inquiry-based science has unequivocally become the accepted model for K–12 science in the United States.

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