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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





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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