Children are curious by nature, and come to school with a wealth of questions. The use of inquiry in the classroom helps to capitalize on this curiosity, as students use genuine research to seek answers to their questions and solutions to problems they have identified. Join this session for tips and ideas on how to support inquiry within the classroom, and how to help your students grow as critical thinkers.
Find out about:
• Easy-to-implement activities within the classroom to support inquiry
• How to harness student curiosity to foster critical thinking skills
• How to support collaborative learning within the classroom
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