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Create an Environment for Inquiry Anywhere and Anytime. Here's How!

FOR YOU: a resource that highlights some ways kids can research what they are passionate about using online sources such as videos, websites, magazine articles, or ebooks or audiobooks.  (continue reading)

Making Thinking Visible

When students consistently share their questions and interests, they come to know each other as learners.  (continue reading)

Reading and Writing to Support Inquiry

Much of what we ordinarily teach in reading and writing workshops transfers easily to the inquiry process.  (continue reading)

Inquiry with Researcher's Workshop

The researcher's workshop is carefully structured and includes explicit instruction in research strategies and the inquiry process.  (continue reading)

Making A Case For Researcher's Workshop Across The Day

“It’s time to rethink content instruction— no more dull slogs through the textbook! We love reader's and writer's workshop, so why not researcher's workshop?"  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: Inquiry Illuminated with Anne Goudvis, Steph Harvey, and Karen Halverson

Today on the Heinemann Podcast we’re discussing Inquiry Illuminated: Researcher’s Workshop Across the Curriculum, the new book from Anne Goudvis, Stephanie Harvey, and Brad Buhrow.  (continue reading)

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