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Letting Children Lead the Way in Science Inquiries
According to Dr. Judy Willis, the best way for information to become knowledge is for children to construct that knowledge.
How to Engage Students with Well-Designed Questions
“When you consider 80% of what a teacher does is ask questions..."
What I See, What I Think, What I Wonder
The great thing about questions is how they spark curiosity...
How to Make Science Vocabulary Come to Life
The rote memorization approach to learning vocabulary is giving way to new methods...
How Flipped Learning Works in K-5
“Too often flipped learning is defined simply as video at home and homework at school,”...
What to Do with One Desktop Computer and 25 Students
It’s not an ideal arrangement but if your access to technology is limited...
How to Build a Personalized Learning Network
Before we get into the ‘how,’ Tom Whitby, retired English teacher, and Edutopia blogger, suggests beginning with...
Helping First Graders Relate Structure to Function
Learning about the Crosscutting Concepts (CCC) component of the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) helps students...
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