Dear Inquiry Teacher/Learner,
This blog began like this, almost a year ago…
Behind this door, is a brand new blog.
Despite our different backgrounds, we share a passion for teaching and learning and a belief in the power of inquiry.
We hope this blog will be read by educators who share our beliefs and others who we can help to convert. We hope that bloggers and non-bloggers alike will participate in the conversation.
Interested? Inquire within…
At first there was some interest and growth, but then it began to slow down, as the contributors were busy with other blogs, with teaching and learning, with their families and with their lives.
I’d like to revive this blog before its complete demise.
There are hundreds of teachers, learners and inquirers who would like to read about and share examples of great inquiry in the classroom. Are you one of them?
There are hundreds of brilliant examples of student centred learning, cultures of thinking and authentic inquiry appearing on teacher and class blogs every day. Is yours one of them?
There are hundreds of teachers doing brilliant things with their learning communities every day, who do not blog. Do you know one of them?
There are hundreds of students, excited about owning their learning, reflecting on their own inquiries and discoveries every day. Is one of them in your class?
I would love this to grow into a truly collaborative blog with contributions from hundreds of inquiry teachers and learners all over the world. A blog for sharing our beliefs about inquiry, for exploring how to to promote genuine inquiry and, above all, a blog that showcases examples of inquiry learning around the world.
Is it possible?
If not, it’s time to close the door…
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