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Guided Inquiry: Learning in the 21st Century

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'Guided Inquiry' develops research competency and subject knowledge as well as fostering cooperative learning, motivation, reading comprehension, language development and social skills.
Paperback, 188 pages
Published October 1st 2007 by Libraries Unlimited
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Tammy
There are several go-to books on inquiry-based learning, but this one approaches it from the librarian's point of view. Unlike Harvey and Daniel's "Comprehension and Collaboration", this book leans toward the theory behind the approach rather than illustrated models. As a librarian, I appreciated the slant that this book presents. It always disappoints me when I read about inquiry happening and there is no mention of the library or librarian. I realize in this day and age of budget cuts that is ...more
Kim Luke
read for school library course at Rutgers U
Clare Froggatt
This book makes me want to be a librarian. It is putting the language to my teaching style. Its hard to put down. Full of rich examples on using great books and guiding inquiry in classrooms.
nicole
not quite a full read, but i'm not counting it as a couldn't finish either. i find guided inquiry to be fascinating, although trying to keep up with my learning theory class was pretty impossible.
Jonathan Peto
This book has a lot of useful information in it. If your school's librarian was laid off though, you'll never be able to implement it.

(I'm sort of kidding.)
Bullcitytaheel
Don't let the thin looks of this book fool you - it is a slow read. It has a lot to digest; it would be great to put it into practice.
Laura Gardner
fine. I'll keep it, which is saying something.
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