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IQ: A Practical Guide to Inquiry-Based Learning NEW! Professional Development title for educators, curriculum leaders, and administrators!
BY: Jennifer Watt and Jill Colyer
This professional resource provides a clear and practical tool for educators, curriculum leaders, and administrators! Highly visual and accessible, it explains the inquiry process and offers practical suggestions and tools for successfully implementing inquiry-based learning in the classroom.
The Table of Contents is organized into key questions teachers have about inquiry-based learning.
Assessment practices are embedded in every chapter, and a separate chapter provides overall assessment planning ideas.
Many examples throughout the book provide models for teachers.
Authentic case studies demonstrate and illustrate concepts.
The “Ensuring Success” feature anticipates obstacles and challenges that teachers may face, and provides tips to increase success.
Graphic elements (tables, charts, etc.) provide information in an easily accessible format.
Ready-to-use student and teacher reproducibles offer support for instruction and assessment.