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National Writing Institute

Saturday, May 25, 2024

Directions: In the column labeled me, place a check next to any statement with which you agree. After reading the text, compare your opinions on those statements with information contained in the text. After completing the workshop activities, use the last column labeled experiences to identify areas that the workshop further defined.

First Name   Last Name

Me Text Experiences
1. Before engagements in inquiry-based learning, students must have background knowledge in the studied concept.
2. Inquiry includes understandings of modeling, patterns, and causal relationships.
3. An inquiry-based teacher promotes thinking about concepts and procedures.
4. Inquiry requires teacher and student skills in questioning.
5. In an inquiry-based classroom students have active roles in the design and implementation of areas of investigation.
6. Inquiry focuses primarily on processes rather than concepts.
7. Teacher management and control of the classroom is essential to be inquiry-based.
8. An inquiry approach requires a particular focus on the selection and organization of activities.
9. Inquiry-based teachers encourage informal discussion during which students can explain their understandings of concepts.
10. The teacher's ability to conduct an inquiry-based experience is dependent on students' developmental levels.


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