I feel a little like the child who cried, "The emperor has no clothes!" Really, there isn't too much to this whole inquiry thing. I know I'm oversimplifying, but it seems to me that time and time again, all I need to do is listen to students, take them seriously, ask them questions to help them further develop their own interests, and off they go!
Sometimes things happen completely by accident in class. A thought drifts into the collective through something that flashes by the window, or a voice in the hall. A plan to do one thing turns into a plan to do another. A spill on the floor leads to an impromptu lean-up session that leads to a conversation that leads to a brainstorming session that leads to a new project idea.
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