The Scientific Argumentation Routine
This e-manual contains a set of instructional methods that science teachers can use to help students engage in the higher order reasoning associated with argumentation. This manual provides teachers and students with evidence-based procedures that will enable them to think critically about a claim, decide on the strength of the claim, and explain the reasoning that supports the claim. It is available in the KUCRL online store.
Author(s): Janis A. Bulgren, James D. Ellis
Publication Info: University of Kansas, 2015
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- The argumentation and evaluation guide: encouraging NGSS-based critical thinking.(TEACHER'S TOOLKIT) Science Scope, 2015, Vol.38(7), p.78 [Peer Reviewed Journal] Bulgren, Janis ; Ellis, James.
- The Effectiveness of Reason Racer, a Game Designed to Engage Middle School Students in Scientific Argumentation Journal of Research on Technology in Education, 01 January 2015, Vol.47(1), p.21-40 [Peer Reviewed Journal] Ault, Marilyn ; Craig-Hare, Jana ; Frey, Bruce ; Ellis, James D. ; Bulgren, Janis.
- The Use and Effectiveness of an Argumentation and Evaluation Intervention in Science Classes Journal of Science Education and Technology, 2014, Vol.23(1), pp.82-97 [Peer Reviewed Journal] Bulgren, Janis ; Ellis, James ; Marquis, Janet.