Technology-Rich Inquiry Science in Urban Classrooms : What are the barriers to inquiry pedagogy ?

@inproceedings{Songer2001TechnologyRichIS,
  title={Technology-Rich Inquiry Science in Urban Classrooms : What are the barriers to inquiry pedagogy ?},
  author={Nancy Butler Songer and Hee sun Lee and Rosalind Kam},
  year={2001}
}
What are the barriers to technology-rich inquiry pedagogy in urban science classrooms, and what kinds of programs and support structures allow these barriers to be overcome? Research on the pedagogical practices within urban classrooms suggests that as a result of many constraints, many urban teachers' practices emphasize directive, controlling teaching, that is, the `̀ pedagogy of poverty'' (Haberman, 1991), rather than the facilitation of students' ownership and control over their learning… CONTINUE READING
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