This blog came to life, six years ago, with an invitation to inquiry teachers to ‘inquire within’ if they were interested in sharing their reflections on inquiry learning in this collaborative space.
At first there was 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.
A few years later, a new invitation was issued: I’d like to revive this blog before its complete demise. ‘Is it possible? If not, it’s time to close the door…’
Inquire Within took another breath and burst back to life with contributions from educators in more than a dozen countries on 6 continents, over a period of several years… and then began to languish…
Without the time to nudge, cajole and bully people into sharing their writing here, it seemed to be time to let the door slide quietly closed on its own.
But Dale has opened it again today with an exciting example of a writing inquiry! Before we give up and close the door completely on the life of Inquire Within, I am issuing a challenge to every single contributor (and any other inquirers!) to share another post at Inquire Within.