What does inquiry in social studies look like? Lisa Muis

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1. students engaging in the real world

1.1. New node

2. students work is meaningful, relevant, and sofisticated

3. students don't just learn about a disicpline, they learn to do a disicpline

4. instruction and student work is authentic

5. connected to the real world!

6. include driving questions that will hook the students into what is important and interesting about a project

7. work impacts the community and is presented outside of the classroom/school

8. used historical thinking : realizing historical significance and taking a historical perspective

9. critical thinking : making judgments

10. not simply memorizing information but making it meaningful and relevant to students' expriences

11. through line questioning : foundational questions that are provocative and tie different pieces of study together

12. questions that encourage children and teachers to make connections between the 3 S's : self, subject matter, and society

13. students make a real difference in their community and society

14. students are involved in bringing about change

15. project work : activities tie in to one central idea or purpose