Practical hands-on uses for knowledge.
Theories and think about how they work.
Broken down into smaller pieces.
in its entiriety or large chunks.
The teacher to direct the classroom.
To do independent learning and learn with other students.
Short examples that use things I'm familiar with.
I like larger examples that bring in new concepts.
Use my knowledge by making or doing things.
Learn new ideas without necessarily applying them.
Time to make sure I understand the material, to ask questions and review.
I like less review and like to move ahead with new work.
Conducting and reporting on research.
Drawing conclusions and making predictions from research.
Pleasure and information.
My classes are structured and directed by the teacher.
I can be challenged by new concepts and explore them on my own.
Having help to complete tasks.
To complete tasks on my own.
Practical hands-on tasks.
Assistance to learn new science terms and concepts.
Learning new science terms and concepts independently and with little assistance.
Models and/or assistance to organize and complete work.
Organizing and completing work with little assistance.
Assistance to apply knowledge logically.
Applying knowledge logically with little assistance.
Assistance to write a lab report with the appropriate structure and vocabulary.
Writing a lab report with appropriate structure and vocabulary with little assistance.