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Using the 'KLEWS' Strategy for Scientific Reasoning (Video)

In Queens, NY, Maria Katsanos' 3rd grade class is utilizing the "KLEWS" strategy to determine what kidney beans need to successfully germinate. This explanation-building process asks students to identify what they think they know, what they're going to learn, evidence, wonderings, and science words and concepts. 


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