Science teacher educators, curriculum specialists, professional development facilitators, and KOCo8 teachers are bound to increase their understanding and confidence when teaching inquiry after a careful reading of this definitive volume. Advancing a new perspective, James Jadrich and Crystal Bruxvoort assert that scientific inquiry is best taught using models in science rather than focusing on scientistsOCO activities.qFor example, you cannot say exactly how many drops of water are in a gallon of water because drops of water vary in size. ... He put a gallon bucket under the drip to catch the water, but he knows that solution cannot work forever. ... drops per teaspoon) A (3 teaspoons per 1 tablespoon) A (16 tablespoons per cup) = 1, 296 water drops per cup This result seems a little low to Hal, but his math checks out.
|Title||:||Learning & Teaching Scientific Inquiry|
|Publisher||:||NSTA Press - 2011-01-01|