Planning for student centered inquiry means getting ready to spark student interest and curosity with a good provocation. See how a Wonder Wall can help you get ready for inquiry in your classroom.
Just to clarify, “It’s a Zoo Out There,” was a presentation I saw at TCEA this year; I’m not making any kind of commentary on the people attending the conference ;) In fact…
Alex Corbitt on Twitter: "Free Inquiry Proposal 🤔💡 (by @trev_mackenzie) #edchat #education #elearning #edtech #engchat #pblchat #mathchat https://t.co/qAbWs0JEHe"
Eleni Kyritsis on Twitter: "A5 The Inquiry Learning Cycle provides a framework to guide student thinking #aussieED https://t.co/QHK7H0ulH8"
Jeffrey Lewis on Twitter: "@kmcg2375 Shows 3 phases of #pbl learning #englit2016 https://t.co/gWx1ah36ZR"
Pete Sanderson on Twitter: "Love it! In their shoes task via @87History #historyteacher #ukedchat #aussieed https://t.co/EW3piyqOeS"
David Geurin on Twitter: "Inquiry is not searching for an answer. It's thinking in ways that lead to understanding. #ISTE2016 #edchat https://t.co/FEs74MzAtK"
Hartford CoEHS Hist on Twitter: "Who was to blame pie chart and explanation by year 9 #pedagoofriday https://t.co/BLaAtno2ZB"
Chris Waterworth on Twitter: "Superb topic! Always will have a soft spot for this book. https://t.co/VlxzEuo9sZ"
Dave Shortreed on Twitter: "Presented by @trev_mackenzie, art by @rbathursthunt, #gafesummit on types of student inquiry #sd61learn #inquiryed https://t.co/V7GZ5ahCGY"