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Published on Mar 21, 2012
Second graders in Shiprock, New Mexico, and Honolulu, Hawaii, share their morning greetings in Navajo and Hawaiian languages before starting the morning's virtual laboratory session to investigate and compare crystals found in the soil at the two locations. This inquiry uses ANOVA Science Educations's scientific inquiry-based distance learning model, RIP~ing Across the Miles™. Students use the Research Investigation Process (RIP®) and incorporate this inquiry model as a tool for their thinking and a vehicle for communication as they progress through the inquiry.