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How to Create Learning Provocations That Get Students Excited

What is a provocation? You’ve likely heard the term “provocation” used with inquiry-based learning. Provocations are intended to provoke a response from students – a question, a wonder, a thought, a feeling of curiosity – any of these signs of...

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20 Guaranteed Ways You Can Tell Inquiry-Based Learning is Working

While inquiry-based learning remains an engaging and rich method of learning, some teachers and educators wonder what signs they should be looking for to see that their students are benefitting. Below are 20 ways you can tell that your inquiry-based...

4 Powerful Benefits of Inquiry-Based Learning

Thinking about trying an inquiry-based approach in your classroom? There are many benefits to this approach; some you may not have thought of! This list provides an idea of what we believe to be the four strongest benefits of an...