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Hall, Georgia (Hall-G@TROY.K12.OH.US
Tue Apr 03 2001 - 12:15:06 EDT
Next message: Christine Collier: "Re: RE: [Teacher-talkinquiry] Middle School Inquiry"
There was an earlier posting about that. I'll see if I can find where I
saved it :o) and try to send it on to you.
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> Gee Gee,
> I am in the same group as Dotti. We are in Maryland. The way I am seeing
> the inquiry is to modify the methods. This means, loosening up my
> traditional setting and allowing the students to manipulate the materials
> and "talk out" the design of an investigation and then conduct the
> activity. With the need to cover so much material, the process piece
> seems to be time consuming. But if this starts at a younger age, it may
> get easier to let the kids be in an openended situation.
> We were talking in our group that it is nice seeing the classes like they
> are but what about how they were like in the beginning before this open
> ended atmosphere. What are the steps the teachers went through with the
> kids to get them at this advanced level?
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