Spirals of Inquiry


Spirals of Inquiry

For more information on  Laura Tait’s work, and that of her colleagues, consider reading Spirals of Inquiry by Judy Halbert & Linda Kaser.

Available here [http://www.bcpvpa.bc.ca/node/108]

This handbook is organized to provide teachers with specific inquiry tools, research evidence and examples from practice in BC schools. You will read arguments for the importance of considering and combining wise, strong and new approaches to inquiry and learning. The reader will be introduced to a set of questions that can shift thinking and practice; will explore the key stages in the spiral of inquiry;  and consider ways to incorporate current knowledge into designs for professional learning. The authors hope you will feel better equipped to create the kinds of inquiry learning communities required to get the outcomes for young people that we both want and need.

All proceeds from the sales of this book support the work of inquiring and innovating schools.

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