INQUIRY AND PROCESS
Arranging or distributing objects, events, or information in classes according
to some method or system.
oral and written explanations or graphic representations of observations.
Displaying information by means of graphic illustrations or other multi-sensory
Constructing a proposition or assumption of what is thought
likely to be true based on reasoning, which serves as a tentative testable
Collecting information about objects and events which show a
Drawing general conclusions from information.
Recognizing the characteristics of objects or events which are constant or
change under different conditions.
a statement or conclusion based on reasoning or prior experience to explain an
Analyzing information that has been collected and organized by describing apparent
patterns or relationships in the information.
an alternative from among several and basing the judgment on defendable reasons.
Handling or treating materials, equipment or procedures
skillfully and effectively.
quantitative observations by comparing to a standard.
aware of an object or even by using any of the senses to identify properties.
Making a forecast or estimate of what future events or conditions may occur.