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this one is hard to me cause I do not know.... Even one of my co worers had a hard time too.. “how students learn science is just as important as what
they learn. In the teaching of science, a major objective is to develop students’ problemsolving
capabilities. To do this, teachers must structure learning experiences to provide
students with opportunities to participate in inquiry processes” (p. 269).
Lemlech, J. K. (2006). Curriculum and instructional methods for the elementary and middle
school (6th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Education.
• Resource: Pages 269-275 of Curriculum and Instructional Methods
• Due Date: Day 2 [Individual] forum
• Assume the perspective of a constructivist who teaches science through inquiry.
• Write a 200- to 300-word response to the following: As a constructivist, what is your
approach to teaching? How does inquiry-based learning differ from the traditional model,
with the teacher as the source of all instruction? Provide examples of each style.

I didn't do it when it was due because I had no internet
now i need to to get some credit..... I

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