Student Work in the Practice
Fourth Grader examines how basic needs of plants effect seedling growth.
Fifth Grader uses an essential question about water flow to focus a notebook entry’s content.
A tenth grader uses his testable question as the basis of an investigation.
A seventh grader uses questions to define objectives for a unit.
A first grader asks researchable questions about animals and their parts in order to understand how questioning helps us understand phenomena.
A fifth grader identifies the problem with her first solar cooker model by analyzing its performance.
Tenth graders work together to use their testable question as the basis of an investigation.