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  • www.nquire.org.uk Personally meaningful inquiry. Investigations that relate directly to the needs and curiosities of learners. Thinking about everyday ideas in new ways. My Community Myself My Environment Personal Inquiry www.pi-project.ac.uk
  • www.nquire.org.uk Connecting learning across contexts. Evidence-based investigations that start in the classroom, continue in less formal settings and move back to the classroom to share and present results . Personal Inquiry www.pi-project.ac.uk
  • www.nquire.org.uk Participatory design. Involving young learners, teachers, experts and researchers in an iterative process of proposing, designing and running novel evidence-based inquiries. Personal Inquiry www.pi-project.ac.uk
  • www.nquire.org.uk Scripts are like dynamic inquiry plans, that guide and structure inquiry learning. jjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjj Personal Inquiry www.pi-project.ac.uk
  • Findings and outputs
    • (1) nQuire toolkit. The inquiry process is implemented/represented as a ‘dynamic inquiry guide’.
    • (2) Successfully used by teachers & students in various settings.
    • (3) Helps students to understand how parts of the inquiry process fit within and shape the process.
    • (4) Scripted inquiry learning activities had positive learning outcomes, children enjoyed science lessons, and they support learning across formal and non-formal settings.