When introducing Questioning/Hypothesis Scratchpad, get back to these in a later phase

In the conceptualization phase, you may ask the students to explicate their current ideas by introducing the Question and/or Hypothesis Scratchpad. Students can then perform experiments to see if their questions are answered or their hypotheses are confirmed or refuted. To relate questions and/or hypotheses with the data from the experiments, you may want to use the Conclusion Tool from the Go-Lab set of tools. But, if you don’t, in any case, in the conclusion phase come back to the questions or hypotheses students have raised or the questions you may have raised yourself in the start of Inquiry Learning Space (ILS).

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