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Stepping Stones to Inquiry [electronic resource]: Learning From a Collection

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With a museum geologist, Marianne Rotolo and Ruth Major, third and fifth grade teachers at the same school, use fossils as the basis for learning through inquiry. Students collect fossils and work together to categorize, identify, and assemble their collections. Together they visit a museum to seek answers to their questions.
Online
1996
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Seasons Don't Go Backwards [electronic resource]: Assessing Student Learning

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A team of elementary teachers are committed to sharing and developing their ideas through collaborative planning and teaching. They struggle to find new ways to improve student learning as they work with new materials and teaching methods. On-going assessment of student learning leads them to expertise found at the local science museum.
Online
1996
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Building a Better Learning Community [electronic resource]: Systematic Change--a Closer Look

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Discusses Project TEAM (Teacher Education at the Museum), a program in Buffalo, New York, that encourages more interactive, inquiry-based learning through partnerships within and beyond the school system.
Online
1996
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Patriotism and Foreign Policy [electronic resource]

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U.S. government teacher Alice Chandler has her students create a Museum of Patriotism and Foreign Policy. The lesson alternates between whole-class discussion and small-group committee work as students create a gallery for the museum using their respective arts concentration as the medium. The lesson concludes with students presenting their gallery contributions in dance, music, theatrical performances, and visual presentations. This lesson highlights small-group work as a constructivist methodology.
Online
2003