Monthly Archives: June 2013

Models of Inquiry: The "I Wonder" Circle

Since Apple released its first iPod in 2001 the company’s success has been linked with their products simplicity and elegance. Along this similar thread of thinking, I see Science Companion’s, “I Wonder Circle” as the most appropriate model of inquiry … Continue reading

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Quick Take: What is Inquiry?

 During a climate science course held at BU last year, my cohort members and I openly wondered about how the acidification of Earth’s bodies of water would impact the growth of algae, the base of most if not all aquatic … Continue reading

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Documenting Growth and Learning … of Ourselves!

Over the next several weeks I’ll be taking not one but two online summer courses to further my professional understanding of scientific concepts and science education methods. With coming changes to professional evaluation methods there is more importance than ever … Continue reading

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