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How do we integrate digital technologies with the Inquiry Cycle? Australia has recently introduced a digital technologies curriculum and many teachers are asking the question, “How do I fit this in as well?”. Fortunately, Inquiry based learning takes an integrated approach so rather than scheduling time for digital technologies in the timetable, Inquiry teachers will […]
In Santa Barbara, California, The National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis (NCEAS) run a program called Kids Do Ecology. This inquiry based program is for primary school students and includes a website and a ‘Scientists in the Classroom’ program. Kids Do Ecology is based on the scientific method of inquiry and has a major […]
Here is a fantastic representation of a variety of inquiry cycles compiled by Natasha Hutchins at http://www.prodivame.com. It is a useful tool for comparing the language and stages of different inquiry cycles, allowing you to select the most appropriate to use in your area of teaching.
Do you want to increase your confidence in teaching STEM? Registrations are now open for the STEM Leaders Bunbury 2018 professional learning program.