8 Ways into Inquiry-Based Learning: Diana Laufenberg

Source: MindShift KQED, Mar 2013

  1. BE FLEXIBLE.
  2. FOSTER INQUIRY BY SCAFFOLDING CURIOSITY.
  3. DESIGN ARCHITECTURE FOR PARTICIPATION.
  4. TEACHERS TEACH KIDS, NOT SUBJECTS.
  5. PROVIDE OPPORTUNITIES FOR EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING.
  6. EMBRACE FAILURE.
  7. DON’T BE BORING.
  8. FOSTER JOY.
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