Guest Editorial: Inquiry, Process Skills, and Thinking in Science

by: Mike Padilla

Inquiry is central to science education today. But understanding its many nuances is still an issue according to research (Flick and Lederman 2004). And understanding is the first step to implementations. In this article, the author identifies six questions related to science inquiry that teachers ask frequently and considers them one at a time.


Type Journal ArticlePub Date 10/1/2010Stock # sc10_048_02_8Volume 048Issue 02

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