Re: [EASCI] Help on entry #3 Inquiry through Investigation
- For #1 I figured they were talking about discussing the graphed data and questioning the students as to what conclusions could they make based on that data. For #2, in their conclusion, they always must include a discussion of possible errors, ways to improve the experiment, and perhaps a different angle to take for further investigation. Kinda like saying, here's what we know so far - what else can we learn? Does this make sense? When you plan the taped lesson, you have to make sure that this stuff they ask to see is on the video you submit. I made a 3.25 on my #3 so I did OK. 'Hope this helps!Donna M. Petty
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and you rejoice".----- Original Message -----From: baileyboye <jadatay@...>Sent: Monday, January 20, 2003 5:50 PMSubject: [EASCI] Help on entry #3 Inquiry through InvestigationI am working on my written commentary for entry #3 Inquiry through
Investigation. I am having difficulty interpreting 2 of the 4
questions for the videotape analysis portion of the commentary. (I
feel as though the questions are essentially asking the same thing)
1. "How did you facilitate the discussion with your students to help
them make sense of their data?" (it says to "point to specific
interactions and questions in the videotape that provide evidence of
how your teaching supports students' scientific inquiry")
2. "What were the instructional strategies you used to set the stage
for further development of student inquiry skills and understanding
of the concept under investigation?" (It says to "cite specific
evidence from the videotape")
Does anyone have ideas on the differences between these 2 questions
and what they are looking for in the response?
(Maybe I am reading too deeply into the questions)
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