Teaching Practice Tool: Supporting on-going changes in student thinking
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When to use tool
Teaching Practice Tool:
changes in student thinking
(often referred to as Discourse 2 or “D2”)
Purpose of tool?
To ensure students understand
activity makes sense to do
at this point in the unit. 2)
To help students
bridge the activity with a larger scientific idea.
support the development of students’
, using the activity as a context.
When to use tool?
When you are engaging students in a meaningful activity in order to build content knowledge and understand a scientific phenomenon.
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