Inquiry Based Learning
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Sylvia Duckworth's graphic illustrates questions students can use to guide inquiry-based learning ideas that act as a catalyst for curiosity.
Jennifer Wilkinson saved to IB
Getting started with inquiry based learning can be intimidating. Click through to learn about planning for inquiry based learning!
Emy Knight saved to Lesson project planning
The phases of inquiry-based learning can vary depending on context but generally include Interacting, Clarifying, Questioning, and Designing.
Tracy Olson saved to Learning in School
An inquiry based learning must! The Wonder Wall will keep kids hooked on learning from the beginning of the unit right to the end and beyond!
Guiding inquiry-based learning centers learning on a solving a particular problem or answering a central question.
Magda Swat saved to critical thinking
Want an easy way to teach the inquiry process to your students? Use these five steps in your science, social studies, health, and language arts inquiry writing lessons and activities. This five step inquiry process works well in first grade, second grade, and third grade. Use these posters to support your students as they create inquiry based projects. CLICK to get your FREE inquiry posters today! #writing #inquiryprocess #inquiry #inquiryprojects #1stgrade #2ndgrade #3rdgrade
Melissa McElroy saved to 1st Grade
“Our past inquiry boards offer great visual reminders of Sem1 units - HWEO, HTWW & STP! #pypchat #inquiryed #ibpyp”
Stacee Brown saved to The IB Learner
What is Inquiry Based Leaning in Kindergarten? In simple form, inquiry-based learning is more of a student-directed way of learning rather than teacher-directed. In some cases, the teaching team may set the general framework for learning, but for the most part, the learning is based on the students questions, ideas and passions. This is similar to the emergent curriculum if that is a term you are more familiar with. Rather than working off set lesson plans that are theme-based and not…
A wonder wall is an inquiry based learning activity that encourages curiosity in the classroom. When a student has a question, I hand him or her a sticky note to stick up on the thought bubble on the wall, research it, and report back to the class.
Barb Florance saved to Genius Hour
Ready to revamp your teaching strategies? Check out these inquiry-based learning teaching strategies to use in your classroom! #inquiry #teaching #education | madlylearning.com
No Firedrills saved to Social Studies Classroom