Posing Problems for Open Investigations: What Questions Do Pupils Ask?
Research in Science & Technological Education Volume 20, Number 2, ISSN 0263-5143
Reports on a study that explored the types of questions that students ask for open-ended science investigations. Discusses how teachers can help students identify problems and pose questions that are feasible for investigation. (Contains 55 references.) (DDR)
Chin, C. & Kayalvizhi, G. (2002). Posing Problems for Open Investigations: What Questions Do Pupils Ask?. Research in Science & Technological Education, 20(2), 269.
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