Inquiry is Everywhere!

This is a video of our bulletin board comparing the Research Process to the Scientific Method, the Writing Process, the Invention Cycle and “Things Good Readers Do” to let you know that inquiry is everywhere!  I added Flip’s music to make it a little more exciting, if you’re not already excited by research to begin with, which I am, of course.

 
Credits:
The Research Process: Friends School of Baltimore
The Scientific Method: Creative Teaching Press, Inc. (2008)
Things Good Readers Do: Carson-Dellosa
The Invention Process: Spark Lab – National Museum of American History (Smithsonian Institution)
The Writing Process: Carson-Dellosa

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About Paula Montrie

I am a Middle School Librarian at Friends School of Baltimore. I have been a librarian for 11 years, serving 6 years with the Howard County Public School System before arriving at my current school. I teach two classes: SpeechCraft (a combination of information literacy, public speaking and theater), and Media Literacy at the middle school level. I also collaboratively co-teach with a number of teachers at the school, including Music, Geography, and U.S. History. I love it! My professional interests are: information literacy, multiple intelligences and learning styles, teaching through movement, curriculum-writing, technology integration, and bridging the gap between digital natives and digital immigrants. My personal interests are: dancing, singing, knitting, sewing, art, living history, writing and of course - reading!
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One Response to Inquiry is Everywhere!

  1. lfowler202 says:

    That was so cool to see the relationship between all of the processes we use all the time. What a great visual for kids and teachers! Who knew we are all supporting inquiry and the “learning process” in so many different disciplines. It must be neat to see the whole thing.

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