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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 investigations in between sessions.

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 What is Inquiry-Based Science Education and How Can We Implement It in the Classroom?
 What is Inquiry-Based Science Education and How Can We Implement It in the Classroom?

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Nov 09, 2023, 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM MST

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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.

Participants in this workshop will earn up to five hours professional development.

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