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Induction and the Inquiry Continuum: Question Formulation Technique (J-WEL Connections)

Resource Visibility: J-WEL pK-12, J-WEL Higher Education, J-WEL Workforce Learning, J-WEL Connections 2020

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  • Project-Based Learning Coach and Designer, Scheller Teacher Education Program MIT
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  • Alex Hargroder
    Project-Based Learning Coach and Designer MIT
  • Program Manager, Scheller Teacher Education Program MIT
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  • Judy Perry
    Project Manager, Scheller Teacher Education Program Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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After watching the prescreening video "Inquiry," which gives an overview of Inquiry-based learning and how it can be situated within the educational landscape, we delve deeper into inquiry education while focusing on how inquiry, dialogue and cognitive apprenticeship work hand in hand. Rather than being an all-or-nothing approach, we discuss how to “test the waters” and explore how inquiry can work within existing systems, while also offering a pathway to a more progressive approach. We share examples of Jennifer Gardony and Alice Liao and their experience with inquiry within their own learning spaces.
 

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