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50 Reflective Personal Development Inquiry Questions

Personal development is sometimes an overlooked category when considering an inquiry unit. Depending on the age of your students, you might find that delving deep into questions that touch on identity, relationships, and personal development isn’t easy for students to...

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50 Out-Of-This-World Science and Space Questions for Inquiry Learning

Science can yield some of the most fascinating and rich inquiry questions imaginable. Throw in some outer space learning, and you have yourself a great platform for all kinds of deep questions. While planning for a science inquiry can take...

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50 Challenging Math Inquiry Questions

Math is one of those subjects – you either love it or you hate it. Despite the challenges, incorporating inquiry learning into a structured math program can be done. Creating opportunities for math inquiry can be as simple as pulling...

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50 Examples of Deep, Meaningful History Questions

History has gotten a bad rap over the years. A lot of students think it’s dull and boring and filled with material that doesn’t affect them. This couldn’t be further from the truth! History inquiry is full of opportunities for...

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50 Thought-Provoking Questions About Language and Literature

Studying language and literature can sometimes feel boring to students. They aren’t always interested in learning about semantics or grammar. But spending a bit of time discussing deep-rooted questions about the English language or the art of debate or poetry...

50 Creative Inquiry Questions About the Arts

Starting an inquiry topic about the arts can be a fun way to get to know a more creative side of your students. Maybe they have a hidden talent with woodworking? Perhaps you didn’t know that your shyest student spends...

50 Powerful Questions About Civics, Freedom, and Government

Never has there been a more interesting and complex time for studying civics, government, and freedom in the 21st century. Planning an inquiry unit around these topics is a sure-fire way to excite and involve your young learners. These questions...

50 Amazing Nature and Environment Inquiry Questions

Starting a unit on Nature and the Environment and stuck coming up with a question? Let this list help guide you in the right direction, or give you some ideas and inspiration! These questions range in complexity, from simple questions...