SUMMER INSTITUTE ON
Standardized tests are thought to be most effective.
There is no comparable way of assessing inquiry-based education.
And the possibility:
It's not a barrier.
It's an opportunity for the agent to interact with its environment.
It changes its environment.
(Thanks again to Randal Holley for this articulation.)
|Teresa Albers||"Simply Living Life"|
|Cleatious Dobbins||"Change is a Composer That Writes Its own Song"|
|Cynthia Henderson||A Song Medley: "Change"|
|Randal Holly||Assessing What We Know about Tyrannosaurs|
|Connie Kane||Surprising Design: An Interactive Collage|
|Saroja A. Nadig||Garden of Butterflies|
|Judith Lucas-Odom||The Cheese Ball Solvent, Solute, Solution Activity--plus Saga and Solution!|
|Margaret Robertson||"Using What We Have"|
|Antoinette Sisco Soliman||??|
|Claudette Stone||"I learned that..."|
|Geneva Tolliferreo||"Truth Doesn't Change. Facts Change All the Time."|
|Julie Williams||Meteorology: Before and After the Institute|
|Tiffany Williams||Letter to My Fam|