Thu, Oct 26|
What is Inquiry-Based Science Education and How Can We Implement It in the Classroom?
Join STEMteachersPHX and ASU Professor Dr. Leland Hartwell for a short virtual workshop to demonstrate inquiry-based leaning. This workshop will meet over three weeks, with teachers completing experiments in between sessions.
Time & Location
Oct 26, 2023, 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM MST
About the event
Inquiry-based education is meant to engage student’s curiosity and interest, so that students become self-motivated to learn. Learning science becomes an exploration to find answers to the student’s own questions. I am offering science teachers a short workshop to demonstrate Inquiry-based leaning. We will explore the phenomenon of our vision. Our eye is constructed like a camera with a lens that focuses an image on a surface (the retina) just like a camera lens focuses the image on the film. Does our eye work like a camera? We will do three short experiments on-line to explore this question and meet after each experiment to discuss our results. Then we will discuss what additional professional development teachers need to implement curricula like Open-Sci Ed into their classrooms.
This workshop will meet on three consecutive Thursdays: October 26, November 2, and November 9. Participants in this workshop will earn up to five hours professional development for attending all three sessions and completing experiments in between.
November 9th Session:
STEMteachersPHX is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Topic: What Is Inquiry-Based Science Education and How Can We Implement It in the Classroom? - Session 2 Time: Nov 9, 2023 05:00 PM Arizona Join Zoom Meeting https://us06web.zoom.us/j/87047270887?pwd=91dSLKzVBM1atS2Pzza0CahAESwlXN.1 Meeting ID: 870 4727 0887 Passcode: 140111
Virtual STEM Salon Attendee$0.00