Classroom Examples

Working alongside Galileo professional developers, teachers have created a number of inquiry-based studies. When designing and developing these studies, teachers work collaboratively through the design process with their mentor and colleagues. As teachers design tasks for and with their students, teachers are asked to consider how what they are creating is:

  • situated in a larger context of a discipline and body of knowledge
  • allowing the students to see themselves as designers
  • allowing the students to engage in work that is personally important and meaningful

“The scientific mind does not so much provide the answers as ask the right questions.” – Claude Levis Strauss

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