“how can we engage students in large classes in scientific practices, like hands on experiments, drawing on evidence, developing models, evaluating explanations, and supporting arguments with reasoning?”

This is a question I often ask myself as I am delivering video conferencing science classes. It can be frustrating to experiment with inquiry based lessons through this media, where you can’t walk around amongst the groups and provide formative feedback and assessments. Which is why I felt compelled to post about Science Geek Girl’s latest post addressing this question. She had a chance to interview Fred Goldberg who has some great insight and resources on how to facilitate large lecture inquiry.


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