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Teaching Inquiry: Can You Walk the Walk?. Emilie Drobnes Goddard Space Flight Center Wil van der Veen New Jersey Astronomy Center for Education. How Students Learn. Principle #1: Engage Prior Understandings

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teaching inquiry can you walk the walk

Teaching Inquiry:Can You Walk the Walk?

Emilie Drobnes

Goddard Space Flight Center

Wil van der Veen

New Jersey Astronomy Center for Education

how students learn
How Students Learn

Principle #1: Engage Prior Understandings

Principle #2: The Essential Role of Factual Knowledge and Conceptual Frameworks in Understanding

Principle #3: The Importance of Self-Monitoring

From: How Students Learn (NRC, 2005)

principle 3 the importance of self monitoring
Principle #3The Importance of Self-Monitoring

Read the following passage from a literary critic, and pay attention to the strategies you use to comprehend:

If a serious literary critic were to write a favorable, full-length review of How Could I Tell Mother She Frightened My Boyfriends Away, Grace Plumbuster’s new story, his startled readers would assume that he had gone mad, or that Grace Plumbuster was his editor’s wife.

(SOURCE: Whimbey and Whimbey (1975, p. 42).

learning cycles
Learning Cycles

FERA

Focus – Explore – Reflect - Apply

From: Science for All Children (NSRC, 1996)

OPERA

Open – Prior – Experience – Reflect - Apply

From: What are the Similarities Between Scientific Research and Science Education Reform (Morrow, 2005)

sundials
Sundials
  • Students observe the patterns of day and night and
  • the movements of the shadows of objects on the
  • Earth during the course of a day.
  • How would you explore students’ ideas and preconceived notions?
  • How would you carry out the experiment?
  • How would you help students reflect on the experiment?
  • How would you help students apply their new understandings?
contact information
Contact Information

Emilie Drobnes

emilie.drobnes@gsfc.nasa.gov

Wil van der Veen

wvanderv@raritanval.edu

http://sdoepo.gsfc.nasa.gov/presentations/