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We continue to have increasing teachers' ability to reflect on...

Reply 1:

By having them watch and discuss video tapes of science instruction. Sometimes we like to focus just on questioning. Then we may show 2-3 short clips demonstrating good questioning strategies. Another way is for a study group to discuss a book such as Understanding by Design or the Learning Ccyle


anonymous, 1/9/2000

Reply 2:

A inquiry-based study group structured around classroom lessons with children facilitated by a knowledgeable leader has the potential to promote substantive reflection on standards-based practice. Lessons are planned, implemented, and debriefed together applied in a variety of formats. Linda Gregg, MASE


Linda Gregg, 1/18/2000