I love this visual. When adopting an inquiry mindset it’s important for educators to grasp that although we are giving agency over learning to our students, we must help them be successful in their new roles in the inquiry classroom.
We need to model how questions lead to learning.
We need to be explicit in our teaching of the structures we will use to be successful in our inquiry.
We need to share assessment and have students take the reins of metacognitive reflection.
One strength of Dive into Inquiry is found in the graphics throughout the book. The power of an image to help create understanding and inspire change cannot be understated. These graphics can be used as teaching tools to help strengthen the inquiry process. In my classroom these are on display on our walls, students have copies of them in their binders and on their blogs, and we…
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