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Phil Brookhouse(MLTI) Irving ISD 1-to-1 Symposium. 2. Learning Science. Scientific MethodLearning Cycle5 E'sConstructivismDiscovery Learning. Phil Brookhouse(MLTI) Irving ISD 1-to-1 Symposium. 3. Scientific Method. Define/Refine ProblemHypothesis (Predict)Experiment (Observe)Analysis (Explai

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1. 1 Phil Brookhouse(MLTI) Irving ISD 1-to-1 Symposium P O E Predict - Observe -Explain

2. Phil Brookhouse(MLTI) Irving ISD 1-to-1 Symposium 2 Learning Science Scientific Method Learning Cycle 5 E’s Constructivism Discovery Learning

3. Phil Brookhouse(MLTI) Irving ISD 1-to-1 Symposium 3 Scientific Method Define/Refine Problem Hypothesis (Predict) Experiment (Observe) Analysis (Explain) Conclusion (Generalize)

4. Phil Brookhouse(MLTI) Irving ISD 1-to-1 Symposium 4 The 5 E’s Engage Explore Explain Extend/Elaborate Evaluate A simple 5 E’s table "5 E's" instructional model developed by the Biological Sciences Curriculum Study (BSCS) [Bybee, R. W. (Ed.). 1966]

5. Phil Brookhouse(MLTI) Irving ISD 1-to-1 Symposium 5 The Learning Cycle

6. Phil Brookhouse(MLTI) Irving ISD 1-to-1 Symposium 6 Constructivism At its simplest: Learning takes place through experience Learning takes place in a social environment

7. Phil Brookhouse(MLTI) Irving ISD 1-to-1 Symposium 7 Constructivism Constructivism does not claim to have made earth-shaking inventions in the area of education; it merely claims to provide a solid conceptual basis for some of the things that, until now, inspired teachers had to do without theoretical foundation. Ernst von Glasersfeld [1995].

8. Phil Brookhouse(MLTI) Irving ISD 1-to-1 Symposium 8 Constructivism ..mathematics and science are viewed as systems with models that describe how the world might be rather than how it is. These models derive their validity not from their accuracy in describing the world, but from the accuracy of any predictions which might be based on them (Hanley, 1994, p.4).

9. Phil Brookhouse(MLTI) Irving ISD 1-to-1 Symposium 9 Pre/Misconceptions People will construct a set of concepts in order to make sense of what they observe. Examples: A Private Universe in Physics in Teaching/Textbooks

10. Phil Brookhouse(MLTI) Irving ISD 1-to-1 Symposium 10 So, Our Job is To: Identify student pre/misconceptions Provide environment/experience Facilitate cognitive adjustments Guide reflection/evaluation

11. Phil Brookhouse(MLTI) Irving ISD 1-to-1 Symposium 11 P O E Predict (explain) Observe Explain A POE Primer

12. Phil Brookhouse(MLTI) Irving ISD 1-to-1 Symposium 12 Strengths Helps to identify students’ prior knowledge/experience Leads to engagement Exploration is a vital phase Provides for reflection Easy assessment

13. Phil Brookhouse(MLTI) Irving ISD 1-to-1 Symposium 13 Using Technology Some research Learning Designs - Australia Dr Matthew Kearney The POE eshell - examples Car Launch Hammer and Feather Newer, up-to-date library

14. Phil Brookhouse(MLTI) Irving ISD 1-to-1 Symposium 14 High Points of POE eShell Simple to use Discussion is a major part Commitment makes a difference Explanation should get richer with practice Easy to assess

15. Phil Brookhouse(MLTI) Irving ISD 1-to-1 Symposium 15 Low Points Need HTML editor to compose new lessons Kinda clunky on web Limited resources available for insertion

16. Phil Brookhouse(MLTI) Irving ISD 1-to-1 Symposium 16 What Next? Learn to use HTML editor? Jeff Mao (MLTI) tweaking a Filemaker Pro runtime version Contribute to growing library

17. Phil Brookhouse(MLTI) Irving ISD 1-to-1 Symposium 17 Citations Ernst von Glasersfeld [1995]. Radical Constructivism: A Way of Knowing and Learning. The Falmer Press - London & Washington. ISBN 0 7507 0387 Bybee, R. W. (Ed.)[1966]. National Standards and the Science Curriculum: Challenges, Opportunities, and Recommendations. Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall-Hunt Publishers, 1966 Kearney, M. [2002]. Description of Predict-observe-explain strategy supported by the use of multimedia. Retrieved November 2, 2005 , from Learning Designs Web site: http://www.learningdesigns.uow.edu.au/exemplars/info/LD44/index.html Hanley, Susan [1994]. On Constructivism. Available at: http://www.inform.umd.edu/UMS+State/UMD-Projects/MCTP/Essays/Constructivism.txt

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