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What is IBSE questioning?. Session Objectives To undertake an IBSE teacher training activity. To develop our IBSE questioning skills.

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1 What is IBSE questioning?

2 Session Objectives To undertake an IBSE teacher training activity. To develop our IBSE questioning skills.

3 IBSE Teacher Training Journey Teachers will: 1.Be given in depth knowledge on IBSE 2.Undertake simple IBSE activities 3.Debate advantages and disadvantages of IBSE in the context of delivering the curriculum and improving assessment. 4.Develop IBSE questioning skills. 5.Undertake more sophisticated IBSE student activities. 6.Evaluate activities. 7.Create their own LoTC IBSE question and develop activity. 8.Implement activity. 9.Evaluate, reflect and improve their student activity. 10.Provide evidence of their learning

4 Sort out the following cards considering the sequence for: 1.developing an IBSE activity 2.delivering an IBSE activity Outcome IBSE Questioning Activity

5 What is IBSE questioning? NON IBSE QUESTIONING Dissect a flower and label its parts. NON IBSE QUESTIONING Dissect a flower and label its parts. IBSE STYLE QUESTIONING What is a flower? IBSE STYLE QUESTIONING What is a flower?

6 What is IBSE questioning? NON IBSE QUESTIONING IBSE STYLE QUESTIONING Sort the questions into two piles of IBSE style questions and non IBSE style questions.

7 Should we recycle?

8 Is biofuel or diesel better for the environment?

9 Research the affect of ocean warming?

10 Which method of measuring is most efficient?

11 What are your top ten plants to save for the future? Why?

12 Why do scientist record the first bud bursts in spring?

13 How would you identify a species?

14 Develop 2 theories to explain global warming?

15 Is it right to protect species from extinction?

16 How can we use a botanic garden to teach about climate change?

17 Design a model to demonstrate ecosystems services.

18 Debate the need for a seed bank.

19 Examine the seeds of Taraxicum officianalis using a microscope.

20 Produce a poster on carbon emissions.

21 Measure the abundance of a Plantain sp. in a field.

22 Investigate the affect of temperature on the growth of seedings.

23 Design a habitat trail in the garden.

24 Research into how many invasive species are in your country.

25 Test the soil pH.

26 Explain how seed banks store seeds.

27 Undertake a study into increased glacier melt.

28 Using an identification key identify the species in your pond sample?

29 Test a potato for starch using the iodine test.

30 Describe how aluminium is recycled.

31 Should / Is / Research / Design / How / Which / Why / What / Develop / Does / Explain / Compare / Contrast Open versus Closed questioning. Not all questions!

32 Should / Is / Research / Design / How / Which / Why / What / Develop / Does / Explain / Compare / Contrast Open versus Closed answers. Unknown response.

33 We are in the 6 th global mass extinction of species.


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