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RE: [Channel-talklife] Guided Channel-Talk Postings: Session 1

From: Jean DeMeo (jedemeo@netscape.net)
Date: Wed Mar 10 2004 - 15:54:52 EST


Sue,
Last week I posted a response to the guided question and looked forward to getting some dialogue going but no one responded. Then I wondered if all is working ok on the web. I'll resend and see what happens. Thanks.
Jean DeMeo
Sue Mattson <smattson@cfa.harvard.edu> wrote:

>Hi Channel-Talkers!
>
>It's great to see so many people online so far!   I'm Sue, and I was
>involved with development of this course.
>
>One weekly homework activity actually involves Channel-Talk!  Each week, in
>the print materials relevant for each session, there are one or more
>questions asked as a "Guided Channel-Talk Posting" activity.  In addition to
>the types of open conversations you're having already, these questions are
>meant to get colleagues talking about the topic as it relates to their
>classrooms.  I'll post these, and hope that they will stimulate some
>productive exchanges (and, of course, we here would love to see what you
>have to say as an assessment of our effectiveness!)
>
>Here's the question for Session 1:  What is Life?
>
>The answer to the question "What is life?" has applications at many grade
>levels.  How does the question "What is life?" apply to the science
>curriculum in your classroom?  Are some characteristics of life more
>appropriate than others for the students you teach?  In this Channel-Talk
>posting, share your experiences, opinions, and ideas for teaching about this
>topic with your colleagues.
>
>Happy Channel-Talking!
>
>
>Sue
>
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