Click here to find some downloadable content and links for information about the powerful inquiries Geography can offer.

Click here for a great article about four inquiry qualities at the heart of student centred learning.

Click here​ for a great site focused on developing student questioning skills.

Sylvia Duckworth created this graphic with Trevor MacKenzie which provides a good overview of inquiry.  Click here to access a good, brief, article about teaching inquiry.

Trevor MacKenzie came to our district and worked with teachers in October.  He created a web-site (Bit.ly/COMOXinquiry) loaded with hypertexts.  Go to this web-site and click on the areas of interest to you and it will lead you to valuable tools and resources.

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Inquiry Mindset by Trevor Mackenzie with Rebecca Bathurst-Hunt

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Genius Hour – Allow students to have an hour a week to research what they are interested in.

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Doug David (District Curriculum Support Teacher) Inquiry Ideas

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This video clearly explains what is involved in having students do Inquiry projects.

2019-04-01 10_55_06-Home - Destination Imagination.png ​Destination Imagination ​is a hands-on, project-based educational experience that encourages creativity, collaboration, communication and critical thinking skills.​
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​The Stages of the Spiral of Inquiry. This document outlines the stages of the Spiral of Inquiry as written by Halbert and Kaser.  Click here to go to the NOIIE site for more information.​

​These two books can be found at our Learning Resource Center. Thinq comes in  K-3, 4-6 and 7-9: