Inquiry-Based Tasks in Social Studies

This article explores ways to foster deep learning in social studies classrooms. The author, a classroom teacher and instructional coach, discusses how to introduce inquiry-based tasks. He notes this approach can be used for explorations that are bigger than a lesson but smaller than a whole unit.

Inquiry-based tasks may be a manageable way for for social studies teachers of any age range to make a classroom more student-centered.

Source Organization: Edutopia

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