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Build Online Student Research Skills

Build Online Student Research Skills

Research is one of the many tasks that students need to develop especially in today's classroom with many inquiry projects, google and student led activities. Building student research skills is so important, and how to sort through too much research to find what they...

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Classroom Tech Tools That Support Inquiry

Classroom Tech Tools That Support Inquiry

Technology in the classroom constantly changes and so are the classroom tech tools that we use every day with our students. Sometimes it is just hard to stay with it when everything is changing right? Putting these classroom tech tools to work in your classroom goes...

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Planning for Inquiry Based Learning

Planning for Inquiry Based Learning

  If you are getting started with inquiry you may wonder where to start and how to prepare for something that is student led. Although using an inquiry approach removes you, the teacher, from the absolute power position you,  still have plenty to do to prepare...

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Talking Inquiry – Letting Go of Control

Talking Inquiry – Letting Go of Control

Who I am as a Teacher I am a teacher the thrives on organization and control over certain things in my classroom.  So I Number student workbooks Match all components of my program everything is colour coded Classroom needs to match (my red pocket charts annoy me since...

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Talking Inquiry – Knowledge Building Circles

Talking Inquiry – Knowledge Building Circles

So I just completed my very first live video in my Let's Talk About Inquiry Series on Facebook Live. My first video was about how I used  Knowledge Building Circles with Wonder Walls in my classroom to help facilitate inquiry.  I wanted to share my notes with you so...

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Inquiry: 6 Tips to Asking Questions

Inquiry: 6 Tips to Asking Questions

Being able to ask good questions is an important part of the inquiry process.  However it is often difficult task for students to ask the type of questions that lead to authentic inquiry.  When given a topic then asked to post questions students will often ask lower...

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I am a mom, wife, teacher and the teacher author behind madlylearning.com.  I have been a teacher for 12 years teaching both junior grades 4/5 as well as ELLs

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