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    • Gerald Ardito

      Session 6 - September 26th

      Here is the work for Session #6. 1. Reading/Responses. I have selected two research articles about the use of inquiry in elementary science. You can find there here and here. Read both and then post a response to Pace Commons. Your response should address these questions: a. What do the aut...

      Tags: TCH 420, Fall 2018, readings, elemscienceinquiry

      • Rachel Scarano

        Article Responses

        Article 1: What Kindergarten Students Learn in Inquiry-Based Science Classrooms The authors, Ala Samarapungavan, Helen Patrick, and Panayota Mantzicopou, share what the role of inquiry is in elementary science in their article titled, “What Kindergarten Students Learn in Inquiry-Bas...

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        • Mikaela Fernandes-Dix

          Article responses

          I think the article about the science experiment in the classroom was a good lesson plan to teach students learning a specific science. I thought this article could be very helpful for a new teacher to see them the step son the lesson plan and what to actually do when doing the activity with thei...

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          • Samantha Kappmeier

            Article Responses

            Article 1: Where did the leaves go? Investigating decomposition through an inquiry-based project. This article focused on explaining this lesson in great detail about the subject matter that was presented to the students. The topic is decomposition which allowed the students to engage in a v...

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            • Angelica Iris Ortiz

              Reading Response #1

              For the reading "Where did the leaves go?" by Jennifer Donze and Sissy S. Wong, the authors wrote about a inquiry-based lesson that was on decomposition. Through this lesson, the students themselves has to investigate the decomposition of leaves over a three-week period. This is so stud...

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              • Angelica Iris Ortiz

                Reading Response #2

                In the reading "What Kindergarten Students Learn in Inquiry-Based Science Classrooms" by Ala Samarapungavan, Helen Patrick, and Panayota Mantzicopoulos, the authors write about how a study in which an inquiry-based lesson impacts the learning of kindergarten students in the field o...

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                • Rochelle Cadogan

                  Article Responses

                  Article 1: “Where did the leaves go?” discusses an inquiry based project to learn more about decomposition. The lesson was created to help students learn about the cycle of decomposition by having them investigate the decomposition of leaves. The article is very detail oriented as it ...

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                  • Michael Smith

                    Article Responses

                    Article 1: This article shows the scientific method in the classroom, and how it can be used in an elementary science classroom. I found it really interesting since it is set up similarly to a lesson plan, but is just so much more in depth. Not only is it easy for the students to understand an...

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