What do you truly love to do?
That single question put educator Trevor MacKenzie and a struggling student on an unintended and life-changing journey of inquiry, discovery, and meaningful learning. It was a journey that completely reshaped the way MacKenzie leads his classroom.
With the belief that all students deserve a chance to dig into their passions and curiosities, MacKenzie proposes a scaffolded approach to personalized learning by identifying the Types of Student Inquiry: Structured, Controlled, Guided, and Free Inquiry. Each type requires students take progressively more control over their own learning. This inquiry-based learning model equips students to become lifelong learners.
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Explore a range of resource all designed to support your understanding and implementation of inquiry. Whether a book club guide, unit design templates, Flipgrid tutorials, all of the published sketchnotes (ready for you to download), or provocation hyperdocs, we have a continuously growing range of resources for you to access for free. Simply click the image!
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