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2012 STEM Essential Standards Institute

2012 STEM Essential Standards Institute

2012 STEM Essential Standards Institute. Kate Duda, Dee Chinault, Julia Lagas. K. Agenda Day 1. 8:30-9:00 - Opening Session for Whole Group 9:00-11:30 – 1 st Quarter Essential Standards and Sample Lessons 11:30-12:30 – Lunch 12:30-2:00 –2 nd Quarter Essential Standards and Sample Lessons

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Process Skills

Process Skills

Process Skills. Put these notes in your folder/binder to use in the near future!. OBSERVATION. The study of an object in detail. To observe Carefully explore all the properties (characteristics) of an object or substance Two types Qualitative Quantitative. Qualitative Observation.

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Process Skills:

Process Skills:

Process Skills:. What are the Process Skills? Important Skills for doing any kind of logical thinking or problem solving, especially in science (Science 10 Textbook Student Reference 2: pg 457-460). Step 1: State a Problem.

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Science Process Skills

Science Process Skills

Science Process Skills. Science Process Skills are tools scientist use to:. identify problems. solve problems. And answer questions “ known ” about our world. OBSERVING. Use your senses to determine the properties of an object or event. You must pay close attention to everything

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SCIENCE PROCESS SKILLS

SCIENCE PROCESS SKILLS

SCIENCE PROCESS SKILLS. Science is more than a collection of facts. Learning the process skills is preparation for becoming a scientist. Process skills are the tools scientists use to “know” about the world. Observing. Measuring. Classify ing. Infer ring. Communicating. Predict ing.

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Science Process Skills

Science Process Skills

Science Process Skills. 1. OBSERVATION. Observation is using all five senses to gain information about your surroundings. Touch Taste Smell Hear See. 1. OBSERVATION. There are 2 kinds of observations:. Qualitative observation describe things and are NOT used for scientific research.

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Science Process Skills

Science Process Skills

Science Process Skills. Inferences, Variables, Predictions, Hypothesis, and Research Questions. Science Middle School . Teacher Page. Return to The Whole Thing. Return to Activity. Inferences.

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Science Process Skills

Science Process Skills

Science Process Skills. Inferences, Variables, Predictions, Hypothesis, and Research Questions. Science Middle School . Teacher Page. Return to The Whole Thing. Return to Activity. Inferences.

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SCIENCE PROCESS SKILLS

SCIENCE PROCESS SKILLS

SCIENCE PROCESS SKILLS. Science is more than a collection of facts. Learning the process skills is preparation for becoming a scientist. Process skills are the tools scientists use to “know” about the world. Click on the links below to get started. Observe. Classify. Measure. Infer.

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MANAGERIAL PROCESS SKILLS

MANAGERIAL PROCESS SKILLS

MANAGERIAL PROCESS SKILLS MMS-I, Sem.-II CHANAKYA BATCH 2008-09 DATE- 19/01/2009 PRESENTED TO: Dr. (Mrs.) Vilasini G. Patkar PRESENTED BY: Anandita Singh Roll No.- C-34. EIGHT BASIC PRINCIPLES FOR NONPROFIT ENTREPRENEURS. : BY JERR BOSCHEE. ABOUT THE WRITER:.

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SCIENCE PROCESS SKILLS

SCIENCE PROCESS SKILLS

SCIENCE PROCESS SKILLS. Science is more than a collection of facts. Learning the process skills is preparation for becoming a scientist. Process skills are the tools scientists use to “know” about the world. Click on the links below to get started. Observe. Classify. Measure. Infer.

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