Planning for Inquiry Based Learning is different from traditional unit planning.  See my tips and tricks to getting ready to begin using inquiry in your classroom.

Planning for Inquiry Based Learning

Planning for Inquiry Based Learning is different from traditional unit planning. See my tips and tricks to getting ready to begin using inquiry in your classroom.

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Inquiry Research: Moving Students Toward Independence

Inquiry Process Diagram - Andamiaje para construir conocimiento (focusing on, finding out, sorting, telling) vía @David Álvarez

The Inquiry Process Diagram

The Inquiry Process, Step By Step Created by educators in Australia, this diagram can be a helpful resource for students, as they embark on the inquiry learning process.

At my school, we use Kath Murdoch's Inquiry Cycle. Many of our staff are new the PYP and new to inquiry-based teaching and learning, so we find this inquiry cycle provides some structure to the elu...

Inquiry Cycle: Why, What and How?

At my school, we use Kath Murdoch’s Inquiry Cycle. Many of our staff are new the PYP and new to inquiry-based teaching and learning, so we find this inquiry cycle provides some structure to t…

Bringing Inquiry-Based Learning Into Your Class - A four-step approach to using a powerful model that increases student agency in learning.

Bringing Inquiry-Based Learning Into Your Class

High school English teacher Trevor Mackenzie’s recently published book by EdTechTeam Press , Dive Into Inquiry: Amplify Learning and Empo.

Inquiry-Based Learning Using Everyday Objects: Hands-On Instructional Strategies That Promote Active Learning in Grades 3-8

How to Create a 5 E Lesson Plan

Inquiry-Based Learning Using Everyday Objects: Hands-On Instructional Strategies That Promote Active Learning in Grades Amy Edmonds Alvarado, Patricia R.

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A Great Read Aloud For Inquiry Based Learning

The Most Magnificent Thing storybook By Ashley Spires. A charming picture book about an unnamed girl and her very best friend, who happens to be a dog. The girl has a wonderful idea. "She is going to make the most MAGNIFICENT thing!

Support Inquiry in the classroom by introducing topics to students using a Wonder Wall.  Check out the video to see how this can be done in the classroom to spark and engage student interest and inquiry.

Wonder Wall: Start your Inquiry units by sparking interest in your topic through pictures, words and artifacts. Encourage student questions and use a Wonder Wall to show student learning.

Learn how to use inquiry circles in Social Studies class. Great for reviewing topics, and teaching the Common Core.

How to Teach the Standards through Social Studies Inquiry Circles

Need some social studies project ideas? Learn how to make Social Studies more engaging for your students with inquiry circles. Inquiry circles reinforce social studies standards while teaching the research process. (Grab the free social studies project

What the Heck is Inquiry-Based Learning? | Edutopia

What the Heck Is Inquiry-Based Learning?

Teachers use inquiry-based learning to combat the “dunno” -- a chronic problem in student engagement. Check out these four steps for creating inquiry-based curriculum.

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