No Time for Science: Science, Reading and Language Arts Joined at the HIIP
Elementary teachers find little time to address hands-on, integrated, inquiry, problem-based (HIIP) learning during science; choosing instead to read non-fiction texts. HIIP learning, along with non-fiction texts, helps students construct understandings about an increasingly global and technological world. Presenters in this panel will share interactive ways to address HIIP learning with reading/language arts through the use of testable questions, text-sets, mentor texts, and dialogic meetings that effectively engage all participants in dynamic, democratic, and reflective conversations about their learning processes, experiences, and outcomes.
St. Louis, MO
Keith, Karin J.; Hong, Huili; Moran, Renee; and Jennings, LaShay. 2015. No Time for Science: Science, Reading and Language Arts Joined at the HIIP. Panel Presentation. International Literacy Association meeting, St. Louis, MO. http://www.pageturnpro.com/Progress-Printing/66615-2015-Directory/default.html#page/152
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