What does inquiry in Social Studies look like?

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What does inquiry in Social Studies look like? by Mind Map: What does inquiry in Social Studies look like?

1. Reflective practice

2. "Galileo-style" inquiry

2.1. 9 elements

3. Self-assessment

4. Teacher sharing

5. Rigorous pursuit

5.1. Academic rigour

5.1.1. Working in ways similar to real historians

6. Students as peers in inquiry with teacher

6.1. Apprenticeship-type model

7. Globally minded

8. Interesting, creative, sphisticated tasks

8.1. Worthwhile

8.2. Is this something that I myself would spend time on?

9. Multiple perspectives

10. Authentic tasks

10.1. Related to the real world

11. Clearly illustrates the goals for learning

11.1. Sometimes need to narrow the focus

12. Deep connections

13. Connections between curriculum and WHY it is important

14. Establish historical significance

14.1. Take historical perspectives

15. Critical or "dangerous" teaching

16. Habits of thinking