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- ISBN: 1733646825
- ISBN: 9781733646826
- Physical Description: 120 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
- Publisher: [Victoria, BC, Canada?] : ElevateBooksEdu, 
|Bibliography, etc. Note:||
Includes bibliographical references.
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Changing the landscape of learning -- Co-designing learning -- Redefining the role of the teacher -- Understanding and assessing inquiry -- Types of student inquiry -- A closer look at free inquiry -- The four pillars of inquiry -- Essential questions -- The free inquiry proposal: the plan and the pitch -- Explore and research -- Creating the authentic piece -- Public display of understanding.
"With the belief that all students deserve a chance to dig into their passions and curiosities, MacKenzie has created a scaffolded approach to personalized learning by identifying the Types of Student Inquiry: Structured, Controlled, Guided, and Free Inquiry. Each type requires students to take progressively more control over their own learning, this inquiry-based learning model equips student to become lifelong learners. In Dive Into Inquiry, MacKenzie explains the Types of Student Inquiry and how you can use them in your own classroom. You'll learn how to... Offer learning opportunities that support everyone in your room; Foster student agency; Build community; Create authentic connections between education and the real world. Most importantly, you'll learn how to provide learners with the necessary skills, knowledge, and understanidng to be successful in their inquiry."--Back cover.
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