Reply To: Module 1 – The Curious Minds/ESERO Framework

Kate Muckian

    Post a reflective piece on how you would use one inquiry-based activity in your
    classroom to the forum (150 words min).
    “Solar System Adventure.”
    A brief storytelling session where students learn about different planets and space objects.
    Each student given a specific planet, moon, or other space body to investigate. Provided with resources, such as books, interactive websites, and videos.
    Students will question their planet. “What is the weather like on Venus?” or “What are the rings of Saturn made of?”
    Use the resources to gather information, draw pictures, and create simple models or dioramas to represent their findings.
    Collaboration: students will be grouped into “space teams”.
    Share their discoveries and discuss the unique features of their planets etc.
    Creates a poster- include drawings, fun facts, and any models they’ve made.
    Present their findings to the class, explaining what they have learned and answer questions.
    Reflection: ask children what they’ve learned and ask them if they have portrayed all important information in their drawings. This hands-on approach makes learning fun and memorable. It also teaches important skills like teamwork, creativity, and critical thinking, which are essential for their overall development.

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