by: Judith Lederman, Selina Bartels, Norman Lederman, and Dionysius Gnanakkan
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Science and Engineering Practices
Science as Inquiry
Science process skills
SEP1: Asking Questions and Defining Problems
SEP3: Planning and Carrying Out Investigations
Three Dimensions of the Framework and/or NGSS
Type Journal ArticlePub Date 9/1/2014Stock # sc14_052_01_40Volume 052Issue 01
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Interesting. This article included ways to get younger students to think about science through observation, experience, knowledge and revision due to new evidence.
Interesting read. The main principles were how to respond or acknowledge scientific knowledge.
NOS for Young Students
According to the authors…”The only way to ….develop scientifically literate citizens is to begin science instruction as early as possible.” The authors addressed three aspects of NOS in thi... See More
According to the authors…”The only way to ….develop scientifically literate citizens is to begin science instruction as early as possible.” The authors addressed three aspects of NOS in this article: 1) scientific knowledge is based on empirical evidence, 2) science is a way of knowing, and 3) scientific knowledge is open to revision based on new evidence. They use the Mystery Tube and other activities to accomplish their goal of imparting NOS to young students.
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