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Most of the professional development videos produced for the Annenberg
Channel have video clips that show classroom inquiry. You can preview the
videos on our Web site if you have a fast connection and Windows Media
Player (available free on our Web site).
At http://www.learner.org/search/browse.html?sj=SCI, you'll find a list of
all of the science programs available. Once you click on a title, you'll
get to a resource page for that program. Go to Individual Program
Descriptions and there will be a link at the end of each description to View
Here are some suggestions for particular programs that show inquiry in the
Case Studies in Science
#6. Ingrid - Gr. 1
#8. Terez - Gr. 4
#21 Pat - Gr. 8
Science in Focus: Force and Motion
Science in Focus: Shedding Light on Science
Program 2: Sister Gertrude Hennessey
Looking at Learning...Again 1
Workshop 4: Hubert Dyasi
Looking at Learning...Again 2
Workshop 8: Wynne Harlen
I hope this helps.
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> From: Fred Stein <email@example.com>
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> Date: Mon, 9 Jun 2003 15:40:15 -0700
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> Subject: [Teacher-talkinquiry] videos of inquiry in the classroom
> Hi teacher-talkinquiry list,
> This is my first message. I'm excited that this list exists.
> I've worked with many teachers and staff developers who use the learning
> science through inquiry videotapes. One of the main questions that has come
> up is whether there are other good videos of classroom inquiry in different
> grade levels and different topics.
> Not being aware of many others, my staff and I began shooting videos
> ourselves This was challenging, and only somewhat successful because the
> productionn quality is not great. Still, educators responded that they were
> highly valuable and expressed a need for additional examples.
> Is anyone aware of videos of classroom inquiry they could recomend?
> Fred Stein
> Science Educator
> Exploratorium Institute for Inquiry
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