Kimberly Mitchell talks about how we can promote inquiry in the classroom. From helping students to effectively generate questions to modeling curiosity, we have five practical ideas to bring inquiry into our classroom.
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Bio of Kimberly Mitchell as Submitted
Kimberly L. Mitchell @inquiryfive is the author of Experience Inquiry (www.experienceinquiry.com), co-founder of Inquiry Partners (www.inquirypartners.com) and adjunct professor at the University of Washington’s College of Education.
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