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School of Education - Indianapolis Spring 2019 E328 Schedule January 5, 2019 CALENDAR AND SCHEDULE Education – E328 Section 20858 Science in the Elementary School Class and Field – 9:00 am – 10:45 am Mondays IPS Daniel Webster School #46 1450 S Reisner St, Indianapolis, IN 46221 CALENDAR AND SCHEDULE OF ASSIGNMENTS Monday, January 7 No Class (Get books and read material before first class) Week 1 – Monday, January 14 Class (9:00 am – 11:45 am) Class Discussions, Discussion Readings, and Participation 1: Course introduction and expectations Introduction to science inquiry Discussion Reading – Teaching Science for Understanding, Chapter 1: Why Teach Science? What Science Should We Teach?, Pages 1 through 15 Field/In-Class Science Lessons and Plans 1: Expectations and Rationale Activity research and construction o Topic: Properties of Air – Suggested Activities on Canvas Lesson Reflections – Lesson Reflections: A journal for Teachers Reading Group Discussion and Written Reflection 1: Expectations and Rationale Reading – Creating Cultures of Thinking, Introduction: Demystifying Group and Organizational Culture, Pages 1 through 12 Written Reflection – How does culture emerge and define Monday, January 21 No Class – MLK Day Week 2 – Monday, January 28 Class (9:00 am – 11:45 am) Class Discussions, Discussion Readings, and Participation 2: Discussion Reading – Teaching Science for Understanding, Chapter 2: How Should We Teach Science?, Pages 16 through 28 Field/In-Class Science Lessons and Plans 2: Field Presentations - Properties of Air Activity research and construction o Topic: Flowing Air – Suggested Activities on Canvas Lesson Reflections – Lesson Reflections: A journal for Teachers Reading Group Discussion and Written Reflection 2: Reading – Creating Cultures of Thinking, Chapter 1: The Purpose and Promise of Schools, Pages 13 through 36 Written Reflection – Using the method of the Gallop Youth Survey, create a list of twenty-five adjectives: (10 positive, 5 neutral, and 10 negative). Base your adjectives on how you think students would describe how they feel in school.
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Week 3 – Monday, February 4 Class (9:00 am – 11:45 am) Class Discussions, Discussion Readings, and Participation 3: Discussion Reading – Teaching Science for Understanding, Chapter 3: Taking Students’ Ideas Seriously, Pages 29 through 42 Field/In-Class Science Lessons and Plans 3: Field Presentations - Flowing Air Activity research and construction o Topic: Weather – Suggested Activities on Canvas Lesson Reflections – Lesson Reflections: A journal for Teachers Reading Group Discussion and Written Reflection 3: Reading – Creating Cultures of Thinking, Chapter 2: Expectations: Recognizing How Our Beliefs Shape Our Behavior, Pages 37 through 60 Written Reflection – Define independence and its supporting and inhibiting conditions.
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