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Using Probing Questions in Science

A group where educators can collaborate on creating probing questions that identify misconceptions related to science concepts inlcuding, but not limited to matter, energy, force, electricity, magnetism, the solar system, genetics, and more!

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Latest Activity: Oct 17, 2013

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Using Probing Questions in Life Science

Started by Monique. Last reply by Evona Mozulay Aug 5, 2013. 1 Reply

If you teach Life Science, share probing questions here.

Tags: misconceptions, probes, assessment, formative

Question Probes for Physical Science

Started by Monique. Last reply by Monique Jun 15, 2011. 1 Reply

Share formative assessment probes for physical science here.Continue

Probing Questions for Earth Science

Started by Monique Jun 15, 2011. 0 Replies

If you teach Earth Science, please share probing questions here.

Tags: misconceptions, assessment, formative, probes

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