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

colette browne

    Module 1: Space Exploration
    – Reflective Learning: I am fascinated by the advancements in space exploration and how they spark curiosity and innovation.

    Module 2: Planets and Moons
    – Reflective Learning: Learning about the different planets and moons in our solar system provides a sense of awe and wonder about the vastness of space.

    Module 3: Stars and Galaxies
    – Reflective Learning: Exploring stars and galaxies opens up a whole new perspective on the universe and our place within it.

    Module 4: Black Holes and Dark Matter
    – Reflective Learning: The mysteries of black holes and dark matter challenge our understanding of the universe and push the boundaries of scientific exploration.

    Hi everyone! I’m here to share my favorite space fact: Did you know that the light from the Sun takes about 8 minutes to reach Earth? It’s amazing how something so fundamental to our lives is still so mind-boggling!

    Reflection: To incorporate an inquiry-based activity in my classroom, I would create a simulation where students are tasked with planning a space mission to a distant planet. They would need to research the planet’s characteristics, design a spacecraft, and consider the challenges they might face during the journey. This activity not only fosters critical thinking and problem-solving skills but also ignites a sense of exploration and discovery among students.

    I look forward to engaging with all of you in this forum!

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