Active Reading: Treating reading as an act of inquiry.
Dr. Megan Goss
In this webinar with the Lawrence Hall of Science (which originally aired on October 20, 2016), Dr. Megan Goss explains how active reading supports student engagement in reading complex science text, makes reading a motivating, student-centered experience, and allows students to reveal genuine understanding and questions about the text.
Listen to Dr. Megan Goss present two examples of how using Active Reading in the science classroom allows students to reveal genuine understanding and ask questions about the text.
"[Active Reading] allows for further and further inquiry, the more you get into what kids know and what they wonder about."
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