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Inquiry cycle journey


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A brief description of the thinking process that the International School of Tianjin (IST) went through as they shaped their inquiry cycle model.

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Inquiry cycle journey

  1. 1. An Inquiry Cycle Journey 2007-presentFriday, April 20, 2012
  2. 2. Foundation Kuhlthau, Carol Collier. "Information Search Process." Rutgers School of Information and Communication. Accessed April 19, 2012. Last modified January 2012., April 20, 2012
  3. 3. Murdoch/ Murdoch Ryan-Capra Big 6 Stripling Harada ACRL Hamston Some Inquiry Models ConsideredFriday, April 20, 2012
  4. 4. ext Stripling, Barbara K. 2003. “Inquiry-Based Learning.” Curriculum Connections through the Library, Barbara K. Stripling and Sandra Hughes-Hassell, eds. Westport, CT: Libraries Unlimited, 3-39.Friday, April 20, 2012
  5. 5. Branch, Jennifer, and Dianne Oberg. 2005 “Focus on Inquiry.” IASL. < 313361/focusoninquiry.pdf> (accessed July 26,2008)..Friday, April 20, 2012
  6. 6. IST 2009 IterationFriday, April 20, 2012
  7. 7. TUNING IN What do I know about the topic? How do I know it? What experiences do I have with this topic? What do I want to know? What ideas am I interested in? What are my questions? What am I feeling? Reflecting on Personal UnderstandingsFriday, April 20, 2012
  8. 8. Where might I go to find out FINDING OUT more information? What resources might I use? What keywords could I use in my searches? Where can I find different points of view on this? What can I do to learn more? What are my questions? How do I know if my resources are good? What am I feeling at this phase? Is there anything I can do about the way I feel to be more Reflecting on successful? Personal UnderstandingsFriday, April 20, 2012
  9. 9. How can I sort the information I SORTING OUT have found? What information helps answers my questions or the questions of others? What keywords help me make sense of the information I found? Do I need to find out more information? How is it connected to what I know? What are my questions now? How have they changed? What changes do I need to make to my inquiry? How are my ideas changing? What am I feeling about my Reflecting on inquiry at this phase? Personal UnderstandingsFriday, April 20, 2012
  10. 10. GOING FURTHER What information do I wish to share? Who will be my audience? Are all my questions answered? Have I considered the different points of view on this topic? Have I found enough information? How can I plan to show the connections I have made? How do I want to show I have learned? What am I feeling about showing what I have learned? Reflecting on Personal UnderstandingsFriday, April 20, 2012
  11. 11. MAKING CONCLUSIONS What do I now understand about the central idea? Have I shared what I have learned with others effectively? Did I answer all my questions? What am I going to do now with what I have learned? What would I do differently? How do I feel about the way I shared my learning? How do I feel about what others thought? Reflecting on Personal UnderstandingsFriday, April 20, 2012
  12. 12. TAKING ACTION How can what I have learned help me in my learning/life or help others? How can I improve my learning? How did I learn best? How am I going to take action to improve my learning? How am I going to use what I learned to take action and make a difference? How will my action/s affect others? What was the highlight of this inquiry? How have my feelings changed throughout this inquiry process? From what I have learned what do I feel most passionate about? Reflecting on Personal UnderstandingsFriday, April 20, 2012
  13. 13. Further reading on the description of the journey: Gourley, Beth. "Inquiry: The Road Less Traveled." Knowledge Quest 37, no. 1 (September-October 2008): 18-23.Friday, April 20, 2012