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Research and Inquiry

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The Inquiry Cycle

 

 

Sources for this compilation created by the International School of Tianjin (2008):

-- Branch, Jennifer, and Dianne Oberg. "Focus on Inquiry." IASL. 2005. 6 May 2007 <http://education.alberta.ca/media/313361/focusoninquiry.pdf>.

-- Murdoch, Kath. Classroom Connections: Strategies for Integrated Learning. Armadale, Vic: Eleanor Curtain Pub, 1998.

-- Stripling, Barbara K. "Inquiry-Based Learning." In Curriculum Connections through the Library, ed. Barbara K. Stripling and Sandra Hughes-Hassell, 3-39. Westport, Conn: Libraries Unlimited, 2003.

 


Tuning In

 

Finding Out

 

Sorting Out

 

Going Further

 


 

Bibliographies

 

Find out how to properly record what books, websites, etc. you used in your research in order to create a bibliography.

 



 

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