Inquiry-Based Learning

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Inquiry Mind Map

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Inquiry-Based Learning
  1. Teacher
    1. Engage students in learning
      1. Establish a culture where ideas are respectfully challenged, tested, redefined and viewed as improvable
          1. Model how to contribute and extend ideas
            1. Gather class on a regular basis
              1. Integrate curriculum
              2. Student
                1. Questions, ideas and observations at centre of the learning experience
                  1. Share responsibility for learning
                    1. Co-author the learning experience
                      1. Accept mutual responsibility for planning
                        1. Equal partner role
                          1. Spark curiosity
                          2. Open-ended investigations
                            1. Evidence based reasoning
                              1. Creative problem-solving
                                1. Collaborate contributions
                                  1. Reflection
                                  2. Guiding Principles
                                    1. Don't wait for the perfect question
                                      1. Can be simple
                                        1. Teacher initiated
                                          1. Shared experience
                                            1. Build on spontaneous questions
                                            2. Place ideas at the centre
                                              1. Express ideas, then challenge and test one another's
                                              2. Work towards a common goal of understanding
                                                1. Bring the class together to "check in", share and discuss ideas
                                                2. Remain faithful to the student's line of inquiry
                                                  1. Help students overcome obstacles and extend their thinking
                                                    1. Impromptu mini-lessons, revisiting former concept/idea, review success criteria, introduce new questions
                                                  2. Teach directly on a need-to-know basis
                                                    1. Not all learning opportunities call for an inquiry approach
                                                    2. Don't let go of the class
                                                      1. Student thinking can be limited and will need guidance
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