Inquiry Workshop

Record here any ideas, strategies or in
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formation you have found useful for inquiry.


You can see some examples from cluster classrooms using Inquiry here: Inquiry Classrooms

Have a look at the Inquiring Mind site.


Have a look at this Michael Wesch video on Jan-Marie's blog You will need to set aside an hour but it is well worth watching.


You may also like to check out the http://ictinfusedinquiry2.wikispaces.com/ site where teachers completing the GDITE course ICT-Infused Inquiry have recorded some of the ideas, information and strategies they have found useful.


The Galileo Educational Network site is excellent.

Voicethread used for prior knowledge/wonderings for inquiry.

Demystifying Inquiry Learning - Lyn Ross

Questioning - http://www.questioning.org/Q7/toolkit.html


Mantle of the Expert- a form of problem-based learning. See also http://www.mantleoftheexpert.com/about-moe/introduction/

The Big 6. Notes and useful links By Jess Hardley- Central

Inquiry learning: http://www.i-learnt.com

A lead into the Inquiry process: www.teachertube.com/view_video.php?viewkey=40c570a322f1b0b65909


See also the Graphic Organisers page

Funny video about the dangers of telling kids answers instead of getting them to think for themselves - especially if you don't know the answer.



Here is a wordle made by Waihi Central teachers of the key elements of inquiry-based learning

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