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Using Visible Thinking Strategies to Develop Expert Learners

Supporting Inquiry with Scaffolded, Collaborative Journal Writing Visible thinking is all the rage. I’m glad! Back in the day–we usually referred to visible thinking as explicit thinking. But, as with many solid, worthwhile constructs, they are not readily adopted and … Continue reading

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Into Space… and beyond

I am thrilled to have been invited to join the group of Inquiry Educators who post in this blog. I do so enjoy reading the variety of thought-provoking and inspiring items. I would like to share my latest thoughts on … Continue reading

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Whiteboarding in Science

Even after almost convincing my 8th graders that air had no mass I still moved them forward and hope that they remember all the different gasses that make up our air and how each gas has an atomic weight, which … Continue reading

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