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<u>Driving Question</u>:
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1. What are some good resources/strategies for helping me design and implement inquiry-based labs?
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3. Share idea & resources on how to incorporate inquiry-based lab activities after individually brainstorming/researching ideas
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3.1 List current classroom activities that might lend themselves well to inquiry
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=Before We Begin=
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=3.1 Choosing the Right Lab=
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INTRODUCTION:
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ACTIVITY:
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=3.2 Resources & Strategies=
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[[Unit 2: What Makes Inquiry So Difficult to Implement Well?| Go back: Unit 2]]
 
[[Unit 2: What Makes Inquiry So Difficult to Implement Well?| Go back: Unit 2]]

Revision as of 21:29, 9 December 2015

Back to Course Homepage


Driving Question:

1. What are some good resources/strategies for helping me design and implement inquiry-based labs?

Objectives:

3. Share idea & resources on how to incorporate inquiry-based lab activities after individually brainstorming/researching ideas

3.1 List current classroom activities that might lend themselves well to inquiry

3.2 Find 1-2 online resources for inquiry-based science activities or tips

Before We Begin

3.1 Choosing the Right Lab

INTRODUCTION:

ACTIVITY:


3.2 Resources & Strategies

INTRODUCTION:

ACTIVITY:

Go back: Unit 2