GROUP INQUIRY AT SCIENCE MUSEUM EXHIBITS: GETTING VISITORS TO ASK JUICY QUESTIONS
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GROUP INQUIRY AT SCIENCE MUSEUM EXHIBITS: GETTING VISITORS TO ASK JUICY QUESTIONS

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This brief volume describes an innovative activity that can be used by museum professionals to foster two key inquiry skills—asking a good question and articulating discoveries. A hybrid between a research report and a how-to manual, it describes the development, evaluation, and results of Juicy Question, a collaborative activity designed to foster group inquiry among fami...more
Paperback, 102 pages
Published June 30th 2010 by Left Coast Press
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