How much do you plan for inquiry?
Do you prepare a range of teaching activities in advance?
Or do you plan a strong provocation and then see how the learning unfolds naturally?
Is your plan a checklist, on which you cross off each activity you’ve ‘done’?
Or do you change your plan every day depending on the needs and interests of the students?
Do you know exactly what will happen in your classes?
Or do you really listen to students’ questions, answers and thoughts, allowing those to direct the learning?
Does every student do the same thing in your class?
Or do learners have choice where they take their learning and how they might share it?
Do you focus on covering the material and how best to teach it?
Or do you spark curiosity so that learners are inspired to question, explore and discover?
Is this you…?