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by Richard H. Moyer,Jay K. Hackett Professor Emeritus,Susan A. Everett

Author: Richard H. Moyer,Jay K. Hackett Professor Emeritus,Susan A. Everett
Subcategory: Schools & Teaching
Language: English
Publisher: Pearson; 1 edition (November 3, 2006)
Pages: 360 pages
Category: Teaching and Education
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Four learning cycle lessons, or investigations introduce readers to developmentally appropriate inquiry learning

Four learning cycle lessons, or investigations introduce readers to developmentally appropriate inquiry learning.

Publication, Distribution, et. Upper Saddle River, . Pearson Merrill/Prentice Hall, (c)2007. Personal Name: Everett, Susan A. Physical Description: x, 339 p. : il. maps ;, 28 cm. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references and index. Personal Name: Hackett, Jay K. Rubrics: Science Study and teaching (Elementary) Study and teaching (Middle school) Inquiry-based learning.

Four learning cycle lessons, or investigations introduce readers to developmentally appropriate inquiry learning

Four learning cycle lessons, or investigations introduce readers to developmentally appropriate inquiry learning.

Teaching science effectively requires engaging students in inquiry. This new and engaging science methods text, Teaching Science as Investigations, provides a series of carefully developed 5-E lesson models. Each series is standards-based and organized to provide a sequential development of physical, earth, and life science concepts appropriate to use directly with students in K-8 classrooms

Teaching science as investigations: Modeling inquiry through learning cycle lessons.

Trade books can be used in all phases of the learning cycle to sup- port effective teaching and learning. Teaching science as investigations: Modeling inquiry through learning cycle lessons. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Merrill Prentice Hall.

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Teaching Science as Investigations: Modeling Inquiry Through Learning Cycle Lessons. Richard H. Moyer, University of Michigan - Dearborn. Jay K. Hackett, Professor Emeritus, Universityof Northern Colorado. Susan A. Investigations supported by the 5E learning cycle lesson format help professors model for their students how to teach science as inquiry in the classroom. Physical, Life, and Earth/Space concepts each presented as a Unit, for a total of three. Four learning cycle lessons, or investigations introduce readers to developmentally appropriate inquiry learning. In this study, the effect of the lessons applied in the subject of Inclined Projectile Motion, by taking the 5E Model as basis, in the Physics lesson of GATA Noncommissioned Health Officer Preparation School’s 1st grade, on students’ academic success and attitude levels was investigated. The study was carried out on 84 students studying in GATA Noncommissioned Health Officer Preparation School’s 1st grade on 2004-2005 spring semesters.

Teaching Science as Investigations : Modeling Inquiry Through Learning Cycle Lessons. by Jay K. Hackett and Richard Moyer.

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Moyer, Jay K. Teaching Science as Inquiry models. This unique book integrates pedagogy within science content investigations. Resource Detail: NSTA Press Book - NSTA Learning Center. Teaching science effectively requires engaging students in inquiry. Teaching Science as Investigations: Modeling Inquiry Through Learning Cycle Lessons Adventures in Inquiry: Learning About Life Cycles. through scientific investigations Alibris: Inquiry based learning ""This book is about ""small-group projects. reader book about the life cycle. Teaching Science as Inquiry, (0131181653), Arthur A. This lesson also.

Written with reform in mind, this book combines the teaching and learning of science by integrating pedagogy within science content investigations. The first chapter in each unit includes investigations appropriate for K-4 learners and the subsequent chapters present investigations for Grades 5-8. Each investigation has one student version that can be reproduced for classroom use and one teacher version that includes the expanded content needed to teach the investigation in a constructivist way. Aligned with the NSES science content standards, the investigations are sequenced to build conceptual development of science concepts and are supported by the 5E learning cycle lesson format.

FEATURES:

Foundational chapter presents research on how children learn - Chapter 1.

Investigations supported by the 5E learning cycle lesson format help professors model fortheir studentshow to teach science as inquiry in the classroom.

Physical, Life, and Earth/Spaceconcepts each presented as a Unit, fora total of three.

Four learning cycle lessons, or investigations introducereaders todevelopmentally appropriate inquiry learning.The first chapter in each unit includes investigations appropriate for K-4 learners and the subsequent 3 chapters present sequential, conceptual investigations for Grades 5-8.

Teaching Tips accompany each investigation to provide practical teaching suggestions for new teachers as theyimplement lessons for the first time.

Essential Teaching Strategies are presented during each investigation to support new teachers with instructional methodologies including the learning cycle, assessment, materials management, integrating math or reading, questioning strategies, and more.

Lessons/investigations are aligned with the NSES science content standards and are sequencedto build conceptual development ofscienceconcepts.

Immediate application to the classroom - Each investigation has one student versionthat can be reproduced for classroom use and one expanded teacher version that includes all the content and pedagogy needed to teach the investigation in a constructivist way.

Learn to develop additional5E lesson plans/investigations - through reader-friendly guidelines ensuring that any science activity readers find on the web or in a science book is set up as a valid scientific inquiry with an explorable question.