Inquiry In The Classroom Power Point 2009

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  • 1. Inquiry in the Classroom
    • and the use of cooperative learning
    • PowerPoint by Valerie Goetz Doud
  • 2. Stages of the Instructional Model and The Five “Es”
  • 3. E ngage
    • Creates interest
    • Generates curiosity
    • Raises questions
    • Elicits responses that uncover what the students know or think about the topic/concept
  • 4. E xplore
    • Encourages the students to work together without direct instruction from teacher
    • Observes and listens to students as they interact
    • Asks probing questions
    • Provides time for students to puzzle through problems
    • Acts as a consultant for students
  • 5. E xplain
    • Encourages students to explain concepts
    • Asks for evidence
    • Formally provides definitions and explanations
    • Uses students’ previous experiences as a basis for explaining concepts
  • 6. E laborate
    • Expects students to use formal labels
    • Encourages students to apply or extend concepts and skills in new situations
    • Reminds students of alternative explanations
    • Refers the students to existing data and evidence and asks “What do you know and think?”
  • 7. E valuate
    • Observes students as they apply new concepts
    • Assesses student knowledge/skills
    • Looks for evidence that students have changed their thinking or behavior
    • Allows students to assess their own learning and group-process skills
    • Asks open-ended questions
  • 8. Cooperative Learning
    • Distributes leadership
    • Heterogeneous groups
    • Positive interdependence
    • Social skills acquisition
    • Assigned roles
    • Individual Accountability
    • Group autonomy
  • 9. BSCS Science & Technology Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company Copyright 2005 by BSCS