Expand . . . discovering new applications.
What the student does that is consistent with this model:
- Applies new labels, definitions, explanations and skills
in new, yet similar situations.
- Uses previous information to ask questions, propose solutions,
make decisions, and design experiments.
- Draws reasonable conclusions from evidence.
- Records observations and explanations.
- Checks for peer understanding.
What the teacher does that is consistent with this model:
- Expects the students to use formal labels, definitions, and
explanations provided previously.
- Encourages the students to apply or extend the concepts and
skills in new situtations.
- Reminds students of the existing evidence and data and asks:
- What do you already know?
- Why do you think . . .
Go to the Penny Cleaning Page
CLICK on one of the Seven E's below
to learn more about the rationale behind it.