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written by David T. Brookes and Eugenia Etkina
This article presents and explains the physics learning system called Investigative Science Learning Environment (ISLE), which features carefully selected observational videos as a focus of instruction. In ISLE, all experiments that students encounter can be placed into one of three categories according to their roles: observational (experiments that are used to generate explanations), testing (used to test explanations), or application (experimental problems to solve for which one needs to synthesize multiple explanations and/or relations). The video Web site follows this scheme, helping an instructor form a learning progression that mirrors the process of doing physics.
Science: Volume 330, Issue 10, Pages 605-606
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© 2010 David Brookes & Eugenia Etkina
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10.1126/science.1186992
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scientific reasoning
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Metadata instance created December 6, 2010 by Sara Webb
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D. Brookes and E. Etkina, Science 330 (10), 605 (2010), WWW Document, (https://doi.org/10.1126/science.1186992).
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D. Brookes and E. Etkina, Physical Phenomena in Real Time, Science 330 (10), 605 (2010), <https://doi.org/10.1126/science.1186992>.
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Brookes, D., & Etkina, E. (2010, October 29). Physical Phenomena in Real Time. Science, 330(10), 605-606. Retrieved May 16, 2022, from https://doi.org/10.1126/science.1186992
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Brookes, David T., and Eugenia Etkina. "Physical Phenomena in Real Time." Science. 330, no. 10, (October 29, 2010): 605-606, https://doi.org/10.1126/science.1186992 (accessed 16 May 2022).
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Brookes, David T., and Eugenia Etkina. "Physical Phenomena in Real Time." Science 330.10 (2010): 605-606. 16 May 2022 <https://doi.org/10.1126/science.1186992>.
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@article{ Author = "David T. Brookes and Eugenia Etkina", Title = {Physical Phenomena in Real Time}, Journal = {Science}, Volume = {330}, Number = {10}, Pages = {605-606}, Month = {October}, Year = {2010} }
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