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Speaker: Sharon Friesen

Sharon Friesen talks about inquiry being a disposition cultivated during teaching and learning, rather than a process that “gets done” by students. She talks about successful inquiry leading to deep understanding, giving examples from her own experiences.  

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Date added: 20 Nov 2009
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Inquiry as a disposition

Sharon Friesen talks about inquiry being a disposition cultivated during teaching and learning, rather than a process that “gets done” by students. She talks about successful inquiry leading to deep understanding, giving examples from her own experiences.  

Views 37,172 Date added: 26/09/2012

Inquiry as a disposition

Date added: 26/09/2012

Inquiry as a disposition

Sharon Friesen talks about inquiry being a disposition cultivated during teaching and learning, rather than a process that “gets done” by students. She talks about successful inquiry leading to deep understanding, giving examples from her own experiences.  

Views 37,172 Date added: 26/09/2012

Inquiry as a disposition

Date added: 26/09/2012

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