Wisdom Work Tristan Bowen

First Quarter Preparation

  • Start Science curriculum
  • Teach Inquiry Process
  • Teach how to set up valid experiments
  • Teach how to collect qualitative and quantitative data
  • Teach how to ask testable questions

WISDOM WORK

  • Students work through all the steps of the Scientific Inquiry Process
  • Mentors and Connections with Experts
  • Sharing Learnings and Making a Difference in the World!

Inquiry Process- Research

Students do research on iPads and Chromebooks.

Collaborating with Skype

Using Skype to make connections with experts

INQUIRY PROCESS- EXPERIMENTING

Does the strength of th black hole change the size of the event horizon?
What car will travel faster- solar powered or battery powered?
How does a tsunami affect different structures?

Recording and Saving Experiments

More Experiments

Data Collection

Collecting data in Google Presentation
https://nces.ed.gov/nceskids/createagraph/- National Center for Educational Statistics

STUDENT DRIVEN INQUIRY BASED LEARNING

GOING BEYOND THE CLASSROOM!

What can we do with what we learned?

Making Connections in the Community
Air and Lake Temperature Investigation leads to Cleaning up Lake

Get Started with your own WISDOM WORK PROJECT!

Air and Water Temperature

Credits:

Created with images by skeeze - "spiral planetary nebula nebula universe" • NASA Goddard Photo and Video - "Amateur and Professional Astronomers Team Up to Create a Cosmological Masterpiece" • NASA Goddard Photo and Video - "Two Coronal Holes on the Sun Viewed by SDO" • skeeze - "andromeda galaxy milky way collision" • WikiImages - "star clusters galaxy star" • Hubble Space Telescope / ESA - "It came from outer space" • WikiImages - "the pleiades star cluster star star clusters" • NASA Goddard Photo and Video - "NASA’s Hubble Telescope Finds Potential Kuiper Belt Targets for New Horizons Pluto Mission" • Comfreak - "all universe earth" • Unsplash - "stars nightsky milky way" • Hubble Space Telescope / ESA - "It came from outer space" • Jo Naylor - "looks like outer space" • Hubble Space Telescope / ESA - "A star set to explode" • BlatantWorld.com - "The Pacific Ocean Viewed From Outer Space"

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