In this paperwork of EED 420 Week 2 Case Study you will find the answers on the next questions:
What steps of the scientific method does Linda incorporate into this activity? How could she modify the activity to include more?
What student actions and answers indicate to Linda that this teaching and learning experience is not successful?
What different answers do students provide to the inquiry question between the first and second experiment? What student answers indicate that they understood after the second experiment? Do you think all students in this class now understand the concept? Explain your response.
What do students do during the mealworm experiment that indicates this inquiry lesson is effective? What student answers indicate that they understand what constitutes a fair test? Why is the process students use more important to Linda than the results students get from their experiments?
What does the teaching mentor identify as reasons some inquiry lessons may result in confusion for students? What can teachers do to help avoid confusion during process-oriented lessons?
What are some techniques used in questioning? Each team member must have a different response.
Write a different level of questioning according to Bloom