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Meet eight elementary and middle school teachers who focus on scientific thinking. These unscripted programs capture several days in their classrooms, complete with the normal changes-of-plan and interruptions, to show inquiry-based science instruction as it unfolds. Each program begins with a science concept and a teacher explaining his or her goals. You'll then see the lesson in progress as students observe, analyze, develop theories, and reach conclusions. Finally, each teacher gives a candid review of the class response and an evaluation of his or her lesson. 

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Ages: 18 - 18
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Sister Gertrude Hennessey, 2nd Grade
From learner.org, produced by North Central Regional Educational Laboratory
Students develop a theory about force and motion by working with various moving objects.
March 25, 2010 at 09:03 PM
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Ages: 18 - 18
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Dorcas Gonzalez-Lantz, 6th Grade
From learner.org, produced by North Central Regional Educational Laboratory
Students learn about matter and molecules as they investigate the relationships between energy and changes of state by observing water change from ice to steam. Students share, discuss, and analyze their theories. They must be able to defend their an... [more]
March 25, 2010 at 09:14 PM
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Ages: 18 - 18
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Linda Hallenbeck, 5th Grade
From learner.org, produced by North Central Regional Educational Laboratory
Population data gathered from gravestones in the local cemetery helps students examine the processes of scientific inquiry. In this integrated science/social studies unit, students work in collaborative groups discussing and making decisions as they ... [more]
March 25, 2010 at 09:11 PM
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Ages: 18 - 18
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Marc Heuer, 4th Grade
From learner.org, produced by North Central Regional Educational Laboratory
Research about water facts and the water cycle, including where the town gets and purifies its water, engages students. The students use the think-pair-share strategy as they work in their groups.
March 25, 2010 at 09:08 PM
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Ages: 18 - 18
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Darlene Norfleet, 1st Grade
From learner.org, produced by North Central Regional Educational Laboratory
Working through a unit on the human body, students compare and contrast features of their own bodies. Ms. Norfleet assesses what her students know by listening to them describe themselves and others and having them answer a series of questions.
March 25, 2010 at 09:01 PM
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Ages: 18 - 18
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Chris Collier, 3rd Grade
From learner.org, produced by North Central Regional Educational Laboratory
The class engages in a variety of activities and keeps journals of data and their thoughts while examining the five senses. Ms. Collier assesses learning by listening to conversations as students work and discuss what they are learning in small and l... [more]
March 25, 2010 at 09:06 PM
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