This is an easy way to introduce Inquiry learning to students! This image represents a step by step on how to engage in inquiry learning. The steps are simple enough that students can follow them on their own; however, as i mention before, sometimes we take for granted what students might be able to do and failed to access a skill that students might need to work on. Before engaging in inquiry learning, it is imperative for students to have the skills mention on this image.
Curiosity is the key word in this article. Curiosity is not an easy thing to spark in young students, however, it is the key to bring Inquiry-based learning to your classroom. The author of this article gives a brief definition of what is Inquiry-based learning and gives the “4 steps” of inquiry based learning.
I have been exploring more and more resources that would help me further my knowledge on ADHD in the classroom. I came upon a BC Ministry Learning Resource Guide that is very helpful!
This guide explores what ADHD is, symptoms, how to address the behaviours, strategies for the classroom and individually, case studies of different grades, and resources for teachers.
Their definition of ADHD is as following:
I think that this is a great way to break down and explain ADHD for people who are unaware.
Another great aspect of this guide is that it explores myths of ADHD, which I thought was a great way to get the truth out! For example:
I thought this was a great resource to start a person’s understanding of what ADHD is and how we can help our students become successful within the classroom. I think it is great that the BC Ministry of Education has created resources such as this one to educate people who are unaware.
The link once again is for BC Ministry of Education.