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Teacher-TalkInquiry is the email discussion list for Learning Science Through Inquiry. Participants in the workshops, content guides, and Channel staff will participate in this discussion list throughout the broadcast of the workshop series.

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From: Hall, Georgia (Hall-G@TROY.K12.OH.US)
Date: Wed Mar 21 2001 - 12:43:55 EST

  • Next message: Saundra Wever Frerichs: "Re: [Teacher-talkinquiry] from extending kits to developing kits"

    Sandra,
    Sounds like a good idea, but how many years or eons do you have to
    accomplish this? :o) I agree. This would really help the teachers.
    Gee

    > -----Original Message-----
    > From: Saundra Wever Frerichs [SMTP:saundraf@unlserve.unl.edu]
    > Sent: Tuesday, March 20, 2001 5:41 PM
    > To: inquiry workshop
    > Subject: [Teacher-talkinquiry] from extending kits to developing kits
    >
    > This discussion on how teachers extend kits to include more inquiry has
    > been great for me because part of my job is to develop science kits. We
    > have had many discussions about how to make our kits more inquiry
    > based. Some of them have a little bit of guided inquiry, but many are
    > aimed at having kids "discover" basic science principles through
    > hands-on exploration and have little to no inquiry involved.
    >
    > It sounds like what many of you are doing is using kits as jumping off
    > points. We often include additional activities that suggest other ways
    > to investigate the same ideas included in the guided activity. Would
    > you recommend putting open ended investigations there? Do teachers
    > really have time for additional activities?
    >
    > I have considered creating two separate sets of activities for some of
    > our kits. With one set being teacher directed activities and one being
    > starting points or suggestions for student directed activities, but I'm
    > not quite sure where to start with this. Any ideas?
    >
    > --
    > Saundra Wever Frerichs
    > Museum Educator
    > University of Nebraska State Museum
    >
    >
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