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Exploring a Science Writing Heuristic
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Exploring a Science Writing Heuristic

A science writing heuristic (SWH) is a tool used by educators to engage students in guided-inquiry laboratory experiences where students design their own labs based on their own questions & science standards; make claims based on the evidence they collect; compare results & analyze group data; and reflect deeply on their work. Dr. Nancy Caukin has engaged in SWH with her chemistry students & will share their insights on how using a SWH affected their attitudes towards learning science.

3/31/2015
When: Tuesday, 3/31/2015
6:00 PM CST, 7 PM EST
Where: Online via computer/tablet
Presenter: Dr. Nancy Caukin
Contact: Bethany Bowman

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A science writing heuristic (SWH) is a tool used by educators to engage students in guided-inquiry laboratory experiences where students design their own labs based on their own questions and science standards; make claims based on the evidence they collect; compare results and analyze group data; and reflect deeply on their work. Dr. Nancy Caukin has engaged in action research using SWH with her chemistry students and will share their insights on how using a SWH affected their attitudes towards science and their motivation to learn science. She will also explain how this writing-to-learn instructional strategy supports the Common Core State Standards and the Next Generation Science Standards.

 

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