Thursday, 17 November 2016

Inquiry Learning

An Inquiry helps you to get answers to questions and issues while you construct new knowledge. We look forward to hearing how and if you use an inquiry model in your class during our chat in Week 7.


Q1. How do you begin (or what are the steps you follow for) an inquiry study in your class?

Q2. Do you have an input into what your inquiry will be about?

Q3. During an inquiry do you work co-operatively and collaboratively to solve problems or on your own? Why and how?

Q4. Are you learning through asking questions or do you just have to remember facts? Which do you think is the best way to learn?

Q5. What different types of questions are there and what is the reason for asking these questions?

Q6. What kinds of questions do you think would help with an inquiry? Can you give some examples that you have recently used?

Q7. Are there any apps that you use to help you with/in your inquiry? What are they and how do you use them?

Q8. Do you use Genius Hour/20 Time and / or Maker movement (or any other) for an inquiry focus? Why and how?

Q9. Can you share something new that you have learnt during an inquiry?

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