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More Everyday Engineering: Putting the E in STEM Teaching and Learning

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More Everyday Engineering: Putting the E in STEM Teaching and Learning

More Everyday Engineering: Putting the E in STEM Teaching and Learning
NSTA | English | 2016 | ISBN-10: 1681402785 | 122 pages | PDF | 4.23 mb

by Richard H. Moyer (Author),‎ Susan A. Everett (Author)

Are you interested in using argument-driven inquiry for middle school lab instruction but just aren't sure how to do it? Argument-Driven Inquiry in Physical Science will provide you with both the information and instructional materials you need to start using this method right away. The book is a one-stop source of expertise, advice, and investigations to help physical science students work the way scientists do. The book is divided into two basic parts:

1. An introduction to the stages of argument-driven inquiry, from question identification, data analysis, and argument development and evaluation to double-blind peer review and report revision.

2. A well-organized series of 22 field-tested labs designed to be much more authentic for instruction than traditional laboratory activities. The labs cover four core ideas in physical science: matter, motion and forces, energy, and waves. Students dig into important content and clear scientific practices as they figure out everything from how thermal energy works to what could make an action figure jump higher.

The authors are veteran teachers who know your time constraints, so they designed the book with easy-to-use reproducible student pages, teacher notes, and checkout questions. The labs also support today's standards and will help your students learn the core ideas, cross cutting concepts, and scientifici practices found in the Next Generation Science Standards. In addition, the authors offer ways for students to develop the disciplinary skills outlined in the Common Core State Standards.



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