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Introduction to Science Methods Class 1
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Welcome! Draw what you imagine when you think of the word “scientist.” Write 5 words around your picture that describe your “scientist.”
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Agenda Introductions What is science? Where do students get their ideas of science? Review syllabus Review Assignment 1 and Moodle
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Discussion Where do students get their images of who does science and how science is done?
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What do you want science to look like in your classroom? You will work in groups of 4. Each group will get a set of cards to read through and sort. Put the cards on a continuum, from the one you’d most like to do in your classroom to the one you’d least like to do.
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Card Sort Discussion Are there similarities in the activities you’d most like to do?
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Unformatted text preview: • Are there similarities in the activities you’d least like to do? • Based on what you’ve selected, what types of lessons will you plan for your students? Characteristics of activities we’d most like to do • Hands-on, engaging, interesting • Student-centered • Group activities, peers • Use simple research skills • Incorporates students’ interests • Get students to think critically Characteristics of activities we’d least like to do • Teacher-centered, busy work • Book work • Rely on out-of-class work • Extended periods of time • Students record data/information • Too broad For Next Time • Read Teaching Science as Inquiry, Ch. 1 • Complete EDCI 3125 Student Information Sheet...
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