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INQUIRY ABC

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INQUIRY ABC

This INQUIRY ABC display can be placed in a classroom or other learning space, to help prompt thinking or to guide choices during an inquiry cycle.

This is a tried and tested resource with high quality, imaginative visual prompts that are respectful of difference in ability, age, gender and culture.

This is a simple easy to remember inquiry process that leads students from developing a research question through to planning action and the next research project.

There are inquiry journals on the site that are connected to is INQUIRY ABC process

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INQUIRY ABC

This INQUIRY ABC display can be placed in a classroom or other learning space, to help prompt thinking or to guide choices during an inquiry cycle.

This is a tried and tested resource with high quality, imaginative visual prompts that are respectful of difference in ability, age, gender and culture.

This is a simple easy to remember inquiry process that leads students from developing a research question through to planning action and the next research project.

There are inquiry journals on the site that are connected to is INQUIRY ABC process

Included in the resource are some ideas about how to turn display style resources into inquiry teaching tools. These displays can also be used to support portfolio and student conference evidence and presentations.

The INQUIRY ABC display has been carefully illustrated to help you and your students collaboratively develop a shared language of learning.

The INQUIRY ABC process includes

A – Ask questions

B- brainstorm

C- Choose

D- Do

E- Evaluate

F – Forward thinking

BeConWiz have icebreakers, games, writing ideas that are perfect for the first day and beyond.

STUDENT TOOL BOX

  • Use the display as a ‘Go-To’ tool during learning engagements where students can gather ideas from past discussions to prompt their decision-making choices now. In this way, you are handing over the opportunity for students to access and become agents in their own problem solving or learning process, rather than the teacher being the keeper of the knowledge or the sole reference point. This can aid in micromanagement issues and free up time for students who need more focused one-to-one teaching time.
  • The cards/posters can also be printed in A5 size, laminated and held together with binding rings and kept on desk/table/learning space as part of a learner’s tool box.
  • Copies of the process (with or without student additions) can also be sent home so that parents and students develop a shared language of learning.