Learnin g Nonexamples Strategy-Frayer Model Guiding Questions What
What What What is inquiry learning? is the role of the task? is the role of the teacher? is the role of the student?
Characteristics of Inquiry Learning Student centered Teacher facilitated Active learning approach focusing on questions, critical thinking and problemsolving Makes sense of information
Inquiry Learning in Mathematics Canceling Zeros When Looking for an Equivalent Fraction Canceling Zeros When Looking for an Equivalent
Fraction Sort these fractions into two categories. Category 1fractions for which you do not get equivalent fractions when you cross out zeroes. Category 2fractions for which you do get equivalent fractions after crossing out the zeroes. (Describe what mathematical principle allows you to cross out the zeroes.)
Making Sense of the Learning and Pedagogy in Mr. Punzaks Classroom Mathematical Discourse a way for knowledge to be constructed and exchanged in the classroom
Deb Ball Science Classroom Difference What are the teachers doing? What are the students doing? What is the task? What is the environment of the of the classroom? MaryLu Hutchins, NBCT
First Grade Steenrod Elementary School Table talk: What was the teacher doing? What are the students doing? What is the task? What is the environment of the of the classroom?
Air Pressure Exploration What is the role of the task? Focuses student work on learning important content Allows students entry to the problem from
different points Encourages divergent thinking Engages the students in thinking as the expert (mathematician, scientist, historian) What is the role of the teacher? Selection of inquiry learning tasks Preparation of materials needed to
facilitate student learning Facilitates student learning Asks probing questions Observes students at work to identify misconceptions and next steps Lesson Components Math
Science Launch Engage Explore
Explore/Explain Summarize Elaborate/Evaluate What is the role of the student? (What does an engaged student look like?)
Engages in active problem solving Constructs meaning within the given content Communicates understandings What is the role of chief instructional leaders?
Insure that inquiry learning is occurring you in the classroom Be supportive of the teachers needs Professional development opportunities Planning needs Resources Be aware of environmental changes in the
classroom resulting from inquiry Definition Examples Characteristics
Inquiry Learnin g Nonexamples Strategy-Frayer Model Quotes from WV Teachers
I was so excited last week about the way my students are using their science notebooks! We were observing hair on our arms and bird feathers to begin a unit on types of animals. They were recording the information they observed in their science notebooks. Previously in reading we had worked with a venn diagram to compare two stories. While we were working observing hair and feathers with hand lenses, one of my little boys said "Hey, can't we use one of those circle things to write how they are alike and different?"
I was sooooo excited! He had applied the graphic organizer to science and it was wonderful! My students are in love with science this year! I have been making our curriculum as hands on as possible. I have just received two books I ordered to teach one of the lessons from the "Picture It!" resource book we received at TLI. I just wanted to share because I am so glad to be inspiring little scientists!! Melissa Rose
Quotes from WV Teachers Oh my goodness---it is not that the math was right or wrong...however, it was the conversations and group work that was taking place that really captured me. Watching 4th graders take numbers apart and put them back together again for what is truly their first experiences in doing this--is amazing. I have found myself picking up my flip camera and taking pics and short video clips just to reflect on later to
analyze student growth and use as an assessment. Today during Quick Images I had a student ask me if we could do this all day!!!!!!!!!!!! Another said, This is fun!!!!!!!!!! Tonya Hatcher
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Preventing Cybercrime. Professor James Byrne Lecture( Sept.29,2016). A Summary of a recent review by Don Rebovich, Utica College: SECURING CYBERSPACE: HOW CAN THIS BE POSSIBLE IN THE 21ST CENTURY? ( forthcoming), chapter in Laura Moriarty, editor, Criminal Justice Technology in...
Chicken & Rice Casserole. Ingredients. 2 (14 1/2-ounce) can . green beans, drained and rinsed . 3 cups diced cooked chicken . 1 medium onion, diced and sauteed. 1 (8-ounce) can . water chestnuts, drained and chopped. 1 (4-ounce) can...
Karma and Reincarnation Reincarnation is the belief that the soul repeatedly goes through a cycle of being born into a body, dying, and being reborn again in a new body. Karma, a force that determines the quality of each life,...
Relevant experts or international institutions (e.g. ACER (Australian Council for Education Research or the OECD (Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development)) would be invited to provide expert inputs and further information on suitable models on: The synchronization of two contextual...
Students in TK and ETK are marked based on their development of the skills outlined in the California Preschool Learning Foundations (PLF) from 48 months to 60 months. The "Academic Subjects" align to the PLF.