Student Inquiry Sites
Apps4Inquiry - My Weebly site on iPad and Android apps which support student inquiry
Web Resources For Inquiry - My Weebly site
Inquiring Mind - My inquiry website - this site is still under construction but has many useful resources
Inquiry & Thinking Skills - My Inquiry Pinterest board
My Inquiry Facebook Group
Authenticty - links and further information on authentic learning
My Edtalk on inquiry
Galileo Network main site - A wealth of resources and examples of inquiry in action
Focus on Inquiry - Galileo site - also available as a pdf or e-pub download.
Galileo Network Early Years Resources - resources and video related to primary -aged students.
Communities of Thinking - Article by Yoram Harpaz and Adam Lefstein
Core Blog on Learner Agency - Video is especially worth watching
Kathy Schrock's Resource page
Taryn Bond-Clegg on Assessment
Birkdale Intermediate PBL resources
Universal Concepts or Big Ideas
Kath Murdock's Sample Inquiry questions
‘Using the Internet to Promote Inquiry’ outlines ways to support students in the inquiry process.
Vic Hygate video - From Knowing to Understanding
Social Inquiry resource from Social Studies Online.
Mark Treadwell’s Notes & Resources
Trevor Bond's Questioning Skills wiki.
Jamie McKenzie's From Now On site
The Concept to Classroom site has definitions and thoughts on inquiry and an interview with Art Costa on inquiry.
Guided Inquiry: Carol Kuhlthau and Ross Todd outline their framework for guided inquiry (pdf download).
Edutopia - especially the ‘Project based learning’ and ‘Technology Integration’ pages.
Inquiry Planning Sheet developed by me with inspiration from Sharon Friesen and Vaughan van Rensburg.
Inquiry-based unit plans - intended as a guide only
Inquiry Rubric - Galileo Institute - Evaluates 8 areas: Authenticity, Deep Understanding, Assessment, Appropriate Use of technology, Connecting with Experts, Student Success and Ethical Citizenship
Dimensions of Discipline-based Inquiry - Galileo Institute
Interactive planners from Social Studies Online
Anzac Terrace School Thinking Resources