Say you have two marbles. One is light and the other heavy. You drop them at the same time. Which will hit the ground first?
When asked that question, many students will guess (as Aristotle did) that the heavier marble will hit first because it weighs more. Some will choose the lighter marble because it “gets going faster.” And some will say, “Hand me the marbles and let me find out.
This includes a fantastic webinar by Karen Bonanno which outlines in layman's terms the Guided Inquiry process. It goes for almost an hour but is really helpful for any teacher trying to understand what Guided Inquiry is and wanting to use it for the first time.
In today's world it is increasingly less important that students learn facts, and more important that they learn how to learn. Guided Inquiry has tools embed... (Vlog post pt 2 Learning how to learn through inquiry - an introduction.
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