EDEE275 -2012- LAB -Week3

EDEE275 -2012- LAB -Week3 - Asghar Winter2012...

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Asghar Winter 2012 McGill University
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Sharing Journal Entries  Post interesting pictures/observations/questions on  webct Teaching Budding Scientists  Readings response– p. 44 to 48 Air has mass – activity Electric circuits – activity Teaching Budding Scientists  Reading for next week– p. 60-65
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Chap. 3 – What makes a question productive for scientific thinking  and learning?  What did you notice about the different types of  productive questions discussed in chapter 3? What kinds of  questions are you planning to use in your teaching?  Chap. 4 – How would you create a stimulating and safe classroom  environment to encourage your students’ curiosity and questions?   Develop and share a few productive questions (3-4) that you will use  in your science classroom (the questions must be relevant to  children’s lives and experiences)? These questions will be posted on the WebCT discussion 
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  • Winter '12
  • Asghar
  • sound knowledge, children’s lives, Readings Questions, Post interesting pictures/observations/questions, productive questions

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