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LEARNING TO THINK INDUCTIVELY. Chapter 3. Inductive Model of Instruction. A method of instruction where teachers use powerful examples to help students learn a concept or generalization. What is “thinking inductively”?. Forming concepts by collecting and organizing information

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inductive model of instruction
Inductive Model of Instruction
  • A method of instruction where teachers use powerful examples to help students learn a concept or generalization
what is thinking inductively
What is “thinking inductively”?
  • Forming concepts by collecting and organizing information
  • Rolling structure that evolves over time
4 phases of the inductive model
4 Phases of the Inductive Model
  • Identifying data
  • Grouping/Classifying data
  • Interpreting data and developing categories
  • Converting categories
phase 1 identifying data
Phase 1 – Identifying Data
  • Examine data closely
    • Label or tag items
  • Determine attributes
    • Similarities/Differences
phase 2 grouping classifying data
Phase 2 – Grouping/Classifying Data
  • Classify data several times
  • Cycle back and collect or reexamine data
phase 3 interpreting data developing categories
Phase 3 – Interpreting Data & Developing Categories
  • Reclassify, refine or collapse categories
  • Categories emerge
  • Students get control of their data
phase 4 converting categories into skills
Phase 4 – Converting Categories into Skills
  • Form hypotheses
  • Develop inquiry to test hypotheses
classroom learning environment
Classroom Learning Environment
  • Cooperative learning
  • Student centered
  • Teacher guided & monitored
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