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  • Author:
    Douglas J. Llewellyn
  • ISBN:
    0761939385
  • ISBN13:
    978-0761939382
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  • Publisher:
    Corwin; 1 edition (October 19, 2004)
  • Pages:
    232 pages
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    Schools & Teaching
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Teaching High School Scie. The process of scientific inquiry is more involved and complex than this book goes into so I see it as a guide to how to teach using inquiry vs. direct instruction rather than teaching you how to follow the e method. 2 people found this helpful.

I agree that inquiry should be a focus of high school science teachers and most likely many other high school . This is the 3rd book of the authors I have read and the 2nd I have bought.

I agree that inquiry should be a focus of high school science teachers and most likely many other high school teachers when they are presenting material to students; however, I believe that the author is a bit radical in the way he presents how often we should use inquiry. I believe there is a balance that every teacher should meet that includes inquiry into their lesson planning.

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This is the secondary school l version of Llewellyn′s strong Corwin debut Inquire Within: Implementing Inquiry-Based Science Standards (2000)

This is the secondary school l version of Llewellyn′s strong Corwin debut Inquire Within: Implementing Inquiry-Based Science Standards (2000). This book focuses on raising a teacher′s capacity to teach science through an inquiry-based process, implementing inquiry as stated by the national standards. This is the secondary school l version of Llewellyn′s strong Corwin debut Inquire Within: Implementing Inquiry-Based Science Standards (2000).

This books in a valuable resource for advancing the scientific practices in the Next Generation Science Standards.

Llewellyn's approach to situating argumentation into inquiry-based teaching and learning, will support teacher educators in realizing the central role argumentation plays in helping students make defensible connection between claims, data, evidence, and explanations. Not only is this a timely publication, but one that is sure to be well-used. This books in a valuable resource for advancing the scientific practices in the Next Generation Science Standards.

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High School Science Through Inquiry : A Case Study Approach

Teaching High School Science Through Inquiry : A Case Study Approach. by Douglas J. Llewellyn. This is the secondary school l version of Llewellyns strong Corwin debut Inquire Within: Implementing Inquiry-Based Science Standards (2000). This book focuses on raising a teachers capacity to teach science through an inquiry-based process, implementing inquiry as stated by the national standards.

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Douglas Llewellyn teaches science education courses at St. John Fisher College in Rochester, New York. Previously, he was the K–12 Director of Science at the Rochester City School District, a junior high school principal, and a middle school science teacher. His books include Inquire Within: Implementing Inquiry-Based Science Standards in Grades 3–8 and Differentiated Science Inquiry, both published by Corwin

Engage your students in learning scientific concepts while helping them develop the skills and attitudes necessary to become independent thinkers and inquirers about the natural world.

Dog_Uoll
I got this book for a curriculum design course and found it to be very good. It is long and you have to pick out what you need, but it includes a lot of good info. It is a great guide in how to teach students to do inquiry as well as teach using inquiry. It is general, so you need to read between the lines and really be able to figure out how it applies to your topic.

The process of scientific inquiry is more involved and complex than this book goes into so I see it as a guide to how to teach using inquiry vs. direct instruction rather than teaching you how to follow the hypothetico-deductive method.
Mautaxe
We used this book for a graduate-level teacher certification program, and I found it very straightforward and helpful. If you want to help your students make deeper connections with their material and you want to foster critical-thinking skills and enthusiasm within your classroom, you should be considering Inquiry-Based Learning, and this book is a great way to get started.
Wiliniett
Thank you!
MEGA FREEDY
This includes all of the information a teacher may have questions on as they learn about inquiry. Good for 8th grade level too.
MisterMax
Great