The INQUIRY ROAD display can be placed in a classroom or other learning space, to help prompt thinking or to guide choices during an inquiry cycle.
This is a tried and tested resource with high quality, imaginative visual prompts that are respectful of difference in ability, age, gender and culture.
This inquiry process that encourages students and teachers alike to think of learning as a journey.
There are inquiry journals on the site that are connected to is INQUIRY ROAD process
Included in the resource are some ideas about how to turn display style resources into inquiry teaching tools. These displays can also be used to support portfolio and student conference evidence and presentations.
The INQUIRY ROAD display has been carefully illustrated to help you and your students collaboratively develop a shared language of learning.
The INQUIRY ROAD process includes
CREATE: Create a presentation, representation, etc. of what you know, have discovered or even the process you took
EXPLORE: Explore ideas, to test ideas or develop a hypothesis; Discover new ideas, identify misconceptions, learn facts, skills, perspectives or attitudes, etc.
RECORD: Find a way to record the details or process of discoveries
REFLECT: Use reflections to guide choices before, during or after an inquiry
PLAN: Make choices, develop a plan or process to guide your choices