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Essential features of Classroom Inquiry and their Variations More learner-directed---------------------------------------------------------Less learner-directed 1. Learners are engaged by scientifically oriented questions. Learner poses a question Learner selects among questions, poses new questions Learner sharpens or clarifies question provided by teacher, materials or other source Learner engages in question provided by teacher, materials or other source 2. Learners give priority to evidence, which allows them to develop and evaluate explanations. Learner determines what constitutes evidence and collects it Learner directed to collect certain data Learner given data and asked to analyze Learner given data and told how to analyze 3. Learners formulate explanations from evidence to address
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Unformatted text preview: scientifically oriented questions . Learner formulates explanation after summarizing evidence Learner guided in process of formulating explanation from evidence Learner given possible ways to use evidence to formulate explanation Learner provided with evidence 4. Learners connect their explanations to scientific knowledge. Learner independently examines other resources and forms explanations Learner directed toward sources of scientific knowledge Learner given possible connections 5. Learners communicate and justify their proposed explanations. Learner forms reasonable and logical argument to communicate explanations Learner coached in development of communication Learner provided broad guidelines to use and sharpen communication Learner given steps and procedures for communication...
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This note was uploaded on 03/31/2010 for the course CHEM 100/Ph taught by Professor Lynn during the Spring '09 term at Berkeley.

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