Explore . . . to satisfy curiosity.
What the student does that is consistent with this model:
- Uses inquiry to explore and investigate; to satisfy his/her
curiosity about the chosen concept/topic.
- Thinks freely, but within the limits of the activity.
- Tests predictions and hypotheses.
- Forms new predictions and hypotheses.
- Experiments with alternatives and discusses then with others.
- Records observations and ideas.
- Suspends judgements.
What the teacher does that is consistent with this model:
- Encourages the students to work together with minumum supervision.
- Observes and listens to the students.
- Asks probing questions to redirect the students' investigations
- Provides time for students to work through problems.
- Acts as a facilitator.
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