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What is Science?
Process and Outcome Process  ---  Outcome What is Science? Science assumes that the natural world can be understood by gat...
Process and Outcome Process  ---  Outcome What is Science? Credit: Flickr – Cayusa - http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3167/2...
Process and Outcome Process  ---  Outcome The Essential Features of Science Inquiry Adapted from the National Research Cou...
Process and Outcome Process  ---  Outcome The Essential Features of Science Inquiry Adapted from the National Research Cou...
A Scientific Explanation Makes Sense of Data Science Inquiry ---------------  Outcome
Process and Outcome Evidence-based Explanations http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=URyiSUNQPs8 Science Inquiry ---------------...
Rigorous Peer Review Evidence-based Explanations Community Analysis and Feedback Science Inquiry ---------------  Outcome
Process and Outcome Process  ---  Outcome Evidence-based Explanations What is  happening? Source Flickr: Orange 42 http://...
Yeah, but… … what about standards… … and testing?
Process and Outcome Science Inquiry Works. http://www.project2061.org/publications/bsl/online/index.php Science Inquiry --...
Process and Outcome Science Inquiry Works. Geier, R., Blumenfeld, P.C., Marx, R.W., Krajcik, J.S., Fishman, B., Soloway, E...
Woo hoo! Look at me!!!!
Evidence-based Explanations What is your… …  Question? …  Explanation? …  Evidence? …  Reasoning? Science Inquiry
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The core characteristic of science inquiry is helping students develop evidence-based explanations of natural phenomena.

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  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/misplacedpom/2762273463/ 365.61 by misplacedpom. A blank autorad, a sure fire way to ruin the day. My face doesn't really show it but I am so pissed right now, science has far too few eureka moments and far too many "WTF, I'm a dumbass" moments. And I hate using freaking radioactivity, especially when at the end of it my sample isn't freaking radioactive! I put myself at risk for mutant babies* and I don't even get a single tiny band on my autorad?! Bollocks. For FGR: Aren't we all nerds? ETA: Did you all hear that? The echoing sound of my forehead slap as I realised my mistake? I have to do a little experiment to figure out whether I'm right or not but hottdamnit, I'm dumb sometimes. http://www.flickr.com/photos/misplacedpom/2762273463/ *Not really, all necessary precautions were taken to prevent any future X-men-like offspring.
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/misplacedpom/2762273463/ 365.61 by misplacedpom. A blank autorad, a sure fire way to ruin the day. My face doesn't really show it but I am so pissed right now, science has far too few eureka moments and far too many "WTF, I'm a dumbass" moments. And I hate using freaking radioactivity, especially when at the end of it my sample isn't freaking radioactive! I put myself at risk for mutant babies* and I don't even get a single tiny band on my autorad?! Bollocks. For FGR: Aren't we all nerds? ETA: Did you all hear that? The echoing sound of my forehead slap as I realised my mistake? I have to do a little experiment to figure out whether I'm right or not but hottdamnit, I'm dumb sometimes. http://www.flickr.com/photos/misplacedpom/2762273463/ *Not really, all necessary precautions were taken to prevent any future X-men-like offspring.
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/misplacedpom/2762273463/ 365.61 by misplacedpom. A blank autorad, a sure fire way to ruin the day. My face doesn't really show it but I am so pissed right now, science has far too few eureka moments and far too many "WTF, I'm a dumbass" moments. And I hate using freaking radioactivity, especially when at the end of it my sample isn't freaking radioactive! I put myself at risk for mutant babies* and I don't even get a single tiny band on my autorad?! Bollocks. For FGR: Aren't we all nerds? ETA: Did you all hear that? The echoing sound of my forehead slap as I realised my mistake? I have to do a little experiment to figure out whether I'm right or not but hottdamnit, I'm dumb sometimes. http://www.flickr.com/photos/misplacedpom/2762273463/ *Not really, all necessary precautions were taken to prevent any future X-men-like offspring.
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/misplacedpom/2762273463/ 365.61 by misplacedpom. A blank autorad, a sure fire way to ruin the day. My face doesn't really show it but I am so pissed right now, science has far too few eureka moments and far too many "WTF, I'm a dumbass" moments. And I hate using freaking radioactivity, especially when at the end of it my sample isn't freaking radioactive! I put myself at risk for mutant babies* and I don't even get a single tiny band on my autorad?! Bollocks. For FGR: Aren't we all nerds? ETA: Did you all hear that? The echoing sound of my forehead slap as I realised my mistake? I have to do a little experiment to figure out whether I'm right or not but hottdamnit, I'm dumb sometimes. http://www.flickr.com/photos/misplacedpom/2762273463/ *Not really, all necessary precautions were taken to prevent any future X-men-like offspring.
  • Explanations are rarely a part of classroom practice (Kuhn, 1993; Newton, Driver & Osborne 1999). Students have difficulty using appropriate evidence (Sandoval & Reiser, 1997) and including the backing for why they chose the evidence (Bell & Linn, 2000) in their written explanations. During classroom discourse, discussions tend to be dominated by claims with little backing to support their claims (Jiménez-Aleixandre, Rodríguez & Duschl, 2000).
  • Explanations are rarely a part of classroom practice (Kuhn, 1993; Newton, Driver & Osborne 1999). Students have difficulty using appropriate evidence (Sandoval & Reiser, 1997) and including the backing for why they chose the evidence (Bell & Linn, 2000) in their written explanations. During classroom discourse, discussions tend to be dominated by claims with little backing to support their claims (Jiménez-Aleixandre, Rodríguez & Duschl, 2000).
  • Transcript of "Science Inquiry"

    1. 1. What is Science?
    2. 2. Process and Outcome Process --- Outcome What is Science? Science assumes that the natural world can be understood by gathering evidence . Science attempts to explain the natural world and these explanations are tested using evidence . Science Inquiry --------------- Outcome
    3. 3. Process and Outcome Process --- Outcome What is Science? Credit: Flickr – Cayusa - http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3167/2962437091_d7ec9fdfb0.jpg Science Inquiry --------------- Outcome
    4. 4. Process and Outcome Process --- Outcome The Essential Features of Science Inquiry Adapted from the National Research Council. (2000). Inquiry and the National Science Education Standards. Washington D.C.: National Academy Press Science Inquiry --------------- Outcome
    5. 5. Process and Outcome Process --- Outcome The Essential Features of Science Inquiry Adapted from the National Research Council. (2000). Inquiry and the National Science Education Standards. Washington D.C.: National Academy Press Evidence-based Explanations. Science Inquiry --------------- Outcome
    6. 6. A Scientific Explanation Makes Sense of Data Science Inquiry --------------- Outcome
    7. 7. Process and Outcome Evidence-based Explanations http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=URyiSUNQPs8 Science Inquiry --------------- Outcome
    8. 8. Rigorous Peer Review Evidence-based Explanations Community Analysis and Feedback Science Inquiry --------------- Outcome
    9. 9. Process and Outcome Process --- Outcome Evidence-based Explanations What is happening? Source Flickr: Orange 42 http://www.flickr.com/photos/fake_eyes/342753239/ Science Inquiry --------------- Outcome
    10. 10. Yeah, but… … what about standards… … and testing?
    11. 11. Process and Outcome Science Inquiry Works. http://www.project2061.org/publications/bsl/online/index.php Science Inquiry --------------- Outcome
    12. 12. Process and Outcome Science Inquiry Works. Geier, R., Blumenfeld, P.C., Marx, R.W., Krajcik, J.S., Fishman, B., Soloway, E., Clay-Clayton, J. (2008). Standardized Test Outcome for Students Engaged in Inquiry-Based Science Curricula in the Context of Urban Reform. Journal of Research in Science Teaching. v45 n8 p922-939 Science Inquiry --------------- Outcome
    13. 13. Woo hoo! Look at me!!!!
    14. 14. Evidence-based Explanations What is your… … Question? … Explanation? … Evidence? … Reasoning? Science Inquiry
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