What does inquiry look like?

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What does inquiry look like? by Mind Map: What does inquiry look like?

1. Galileo Inquiry Rubric

1.1. Authenticity

1.2. AcademicRigor

1.3. Appropriate use of technology

1.4. Active Exploratio

1.5. Connecting with experts

1.6. Elaborated communication

1.7. Compassion

2. Rigour

2.1. "being in the company of a passionate adult who is rigorously pursing inquiry in the area of their subject matter and in inviting students along as peers in that discourse."

3. What good teaching looks like:

3.1. Students produce sophisticated work that is worth while!

4. Foundations of Inquiry

4.1. Authenticity

4.2. AcademicRigour

5. Activity vs. Inquiry

5.1. Inquiry is about a driving question Ex: Why these apples?

5.1.1. Authentic questions Example: Ring Road in Calgary Not always one good answer Students work can go beyond the class

5.2. Theme based Ex: Apples

6. Benchmarks of hisrorical thinking

6.1. Establish historical significance

6.2. Use primary source evidence

6.3. Identify continuity and change

6.4. Analyze cause and consequence

6.5. Take historical perspectives

6.6. Understand ethical dimensions of history

7. Throughline quesioning

7.1. "provocative and relevant questions that encourage teachers and students to make connections between:"

7.1.1. Self

7.1.2. subject matter

7.1.3. Society

7.1.4. Big over arching question that can be carried throughout the unit/semester/year

7.1.5. From theater where a play must have a theme or essential question that is revisited throughout the play

8. "Critical or Dangerous Teaching: dangerous teaching refers to teaching that engages students in the often unasked questions about the 'what and how' students learn in schools, connection schools to broader debates over what is worth knowing"

8.1. Teachers need a clear and visible understanding of what inquiry is.

8.2. Empowering kids to have a voice and working to bring about change