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If you’ve been around for a while then you know I’m a big fan of using inquiry-based instruction in the classroom. I truly believe that using choice and voice for inquiry-based learning gets students involved and invested in their own learning.
However, many teachers often feel overwhelmed when starting to change to an inquiry-based program. Common questions like how to get started or how to get students invested or even how to assess will often stall the project before it can even get started. This week join Patti as she discusses her top five ways to increase the use of student voice and choice in the junior classroom. Learn how to appeal to your unique students’ interests and skills, while still keeping them learning!