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Stine, Annette (Stine-A@TROY.K12.OH.US
Tue Apr 24 2001 - 13:41:40 EDT
Next message: Bartley, Robin: "RE: [Teacher-talkinquiry] session 3"
In reading over my notes from session 4, a few things really stood out:
* there is no definite end to an inquiry lesson- each path that a student
takes leads to other questions and investigations
* students in an inquiry classroom learn to value each other and don't
expect the teacher to have all the answers to their questions
* to work on developing process skills, the teacher in the video had the
students all working on the same investigation
* students should be included in developing the criteria for how they'll be
* real learning can be gained from making mistakes
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