Allison Lowe

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Recent Reviews by Allison

Thu Oct 27, 2016 1:09 AM
5 Probing
The journal article “More A–More B” really cleared up some questions I had about the idea of formative assessment. This article did an amazing job at explaining what a probe is and giving examples of what and how probes work. I now feel more confident about implementing these ideas in my future classroom.

Tue Oct 18, 2016 8:14 AM
5 Excellent!
This article is extremely important and helpful when going about Inquiry-based teaching and learning. Since questioning is so important to the concept of inquiry, everyone should read this article. Not only does it explain why questioning is so important, but it takes it a step further and tells how to ask the kinds of questions that will promote student thinking in science. It then gives examples of well-worded questions and questions that work best when teaching science. If you were confused on how to ask the correct kinds of questions before, you will not be after reading this wonderful article! I found it extremely helpful and gained great insight into the art of asking questions.

Recent Public Collections by Allison

Teaching Through Trade Books: Seeing Stars
Type: Journal Article

Sky Observations by the Book
Type: Journal Article

Heat Energy

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