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terminology praxis II

Scientific inquiry (natural phenomenon) question, hypothesis,experimental plan, predicted result, experiment, comparison of predicted and actual results, conclusion (review hypothesis)
science disciplines genetics, astronomy, biology, etc
systems organized set of interrelated ideas or principles
order condition of logical or comprehensible arrangement among separate elements of a group
organization ordered manner
evidence things/data helpful in forming a conclusion, outward sign
model schematic description of system, theory, or phenomenon
change completely different appearance
constancy changelessness, constant
measurement dimension, quantity, or capacity determined by measuring
evolution gradual process where something changes into different and usually more complex form
equilibrium things cancelled by others balanced or unchanging system,
conservation preservation or restoration from loss, damage, or neglect
to teach science as inquiry question techniques, develop ? and hypothesis, plan and conduct experiments, use controlled and experimental variables, use appropriate tools, data displays, communicate outcome
equipment rulers, balance, thermometers, displays
balances weighted device with weighing pans at each end to test levelness
thermometers instrument for measure temperature, typically with mercury or colored alcohol, that expands and rises in the tube
learning cycle engage,explore, explain, extend, evaluate
engage create interest, generate curiosity - helps to find out prior knowledge, ask why ?
explore opportunities to work together without direct teacher instruction only facilitator , let them discuss with peers
explain explain concepts in their own words, ask for evidence and clarification, students use observations and recordings as basis, teacher should supply definitions and explanations using students' experiences
extend apply concepts and skills in new but similar situations, use explore strategies
evaluate takes place throughout the learning experience, ask open ended questions and look for answers that use their observation and evidence
Constructivism theory that child's learning is done hands- on - learn by doing, left to make own inferences, discoveries, conclusions
reconstruction error using previous knowledge they may make errors with new info
teacher's role observe, assess, facilitate, engage with the students
discovery learning inquiry based learning method
coach train or tutor
exercise active bodily exertion to develop or maintain fitness
fitness good health or physical condition, especially result of exercise and proper nutrition
nutrition science or study that deals with food and nourishment
common diseases diseases common to an area
communicable diseases diseases that are spread from one to another in community
safety freedom from danger, risk, or injury
well-being contented state of being happy and healthy
substance abuse excessive use of potentially addictive substance, may modify body functions, alcohol drugs
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