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Lines, Dots and So Much More!
Inquiring Minds: Mrs. Myers' Kindergarten: Lines, Dots and So Much More!
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Inquiring About Insects
Inquiring Minds: Mrs. Myers' Kindergarten: Inquiring About Insects
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Planning for Inquiry Based Learning
Preparing to use Inquiry Based Learning in the classroom can be a daunting task. Learn how to plan and prepare to use inquiry with your students in science or social studies.
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Nature Collected and Explored
Fall Leaf Provocation: "Can You Make a Pattern?" (from Inquiry Spaces & Wondering Places)
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Every rock has a story...Our new inquiry!
Wonders in Kindergarten: Every rock has a story...Our new inquiry!
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Wonders in Kindergarten
Plant Inquiry Documentation
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How to Deepen Your Child's Understanding of the World Around Them - Team V Education
How to deepen your child's understanding of the world around them. Observe & document with children! Children seem to notice everything around them and share an excitement that can even be overwhelming at times. Use these tips for observation and sketching to help children to see and understand their world as it functions.
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Amplifying Artists and Musicians of Color
Sometimes, we're using project-based learning and sometimes, we're just doing projects. Our resident PBL expert and director of eLearning, Brianne Gidcumb
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Project Based Learning: Picking A Topic You Like
Picking a topic you (the teacher) like is a great way to step into Project Based Learning.
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Beginning a Project: How to Plan
Beginning a Project: How to Plan | Reggio Inspired, child-led, project based approach to learning | Bambini Travel
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Inquiry based learning is a personal and professional passion of mine. On this page, I will explore the term 'inquiry based learning', talk about the educational rewards associated with this type of...
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Holidays Around the World: Little Kindergarten Social Studies Thinkers
Teaching Holidays Around the World in Kindergarten.
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Tower Inquiry
As part of our Math and Science Investigations (M.S.I) time in Kindergarten, our students explored a tower inquiry (In a previous post I wrote about Math and Science Investigations (M.S.I.) and how…
the differences between teacher - planned experiences and the project approach
Differences between teacher-planned activities and the project approach
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