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RICOCultureOfInquiry

RICOCultureOfInquiry

Claim of student understanding:  Students can articulate their claim, and indicate the evidence that provoked their claim.
Evidence:  Student A (girl) states the question.  Student B (off screen) explains what they did.  Student C (seated closest to camera) reiterates what they did.  Teacher (Cristina) leads them through their question and the evidence they collected.
Reasoning:  Since students can state and restate their question, and can indicate the kinds of evidence they observed that led them to their claim, they can each articulate it.  Being able to collaboratively) articulate what their claim is and what their evidence is shows that they would very likely be able to articulate their claim independently of the group.

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Claim of student understanding:  Students can articulate their claim, and indicate the evidence that provoked their claim.
Evidence:  Student A (girl) states the question.  Student B (off screen) explains what they did.  Student C (seated closest to camera) reiterates what they did.  Teacher (Cristina) leads them through their question and the evidence they collected.
Reasoning:  Since students can state and restate their question, and can indicate the kinds of evidence they observed that led them to their claim, they can each articulate it.  Being able to collaboratively) articulate what their claim is and what their evidence is shows that they would very likely be able to articulate their claim independently of the group.

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