What Does Inquiry in SS Look Like?

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What Does Inquiry in SS Look Like? by Mind Map: What Does Inquiry in SS Look Like?

1. Academic Rigour

1.1. Passionate adults pursuing inquiry and inviting the students to do the same

1.2. creativity

1.3. sophisticated questions

2. Authenticity

2.1. engagement in real world issues/controversies

3. Looking beyond activities, and asking why?, how?

4. Going beyond the school walls

5. Critical Thinking

5.1. weighing evidence

5.2. identifying bias

5.3. determining perspective

6. Historical Thinking

6.1. establish historical significance

6.2. Use primary source evidence

6.3. identify continuity and change

6.4. analyze cause/consequence

6.5. historical perspectives

6.6. understand ethical dimensions

7. Throughline questioning

7.1. Provocative and relevant questions

7.2. connections between self, subject matter, and society in which they live

8. Critical/Dangerous Teaching

8.1. unmasked questions about 'what and how' students learn in schools

9. Active Engagement

10. all facets of SS considered

10.1. Economics

10.2. Geography

10.3. History

10.4. Political Science

10.5. Globalization

10.6. Sociology/Anthropology

11. Galileo's Rubric