Informed contextual knowledge

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Informed contextual knowledge

  • Need to develop understanding of why an experiment is needed (a meaningful investigation/context)

  • Need to understand context to design experiment (what design, how to define variables, what tools/resource they will need)

  • Need to see themselves as being able to contribute to what is known about the world and people

  • Need to be student driven – students need to time to research the context and inform themselves

  • Need to find information to form an expectation for their experiment/investigation (a hypothesis in the scientific sense)

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