Web-based supportive materials

Here you will find supportive web-based materials about the Ark of Inquiry project. Separate materials are available for teachers, teacher educators and researchers, scientists and parents. Click on the icons to access specific materials or scroll down to download the materials in pdf. format.

Materials for teachersMaterials for teacher educators and researchersMaterials for scientistsMaterials for parents

In the materials you will find examples of inquiry-based activities and answers to the following questions:

  • What is inquiry?
  • What are the phases of inquiry?
  • What are the skills and practices involved in inquiry?
  • How to support pupils in the Ark of Inquiry activities?
  • How to provide constructive feedback on pupils’ inquiry activities?

In the materials you will find successful practices derived from professional development courses and answers to the following questions:

  • How to support teachers in understanding and in using the Ark of Inquiry materials both during teacher training and implementation?
  • How, when and why to prompt teachers to reflect on their understanding of inquiry and inquiry-based instruction?
  • How to provide constructive feedback on teachers’ inquiry practices?

In the materials you will find examples of inquiry-based activities and answers to the following questions:

  • What is inquiry?
  • What are the phases of inquiry?
  • What are the skills and practices involved in inquiry?

In the materials, you will find the general outline of the Ark of Inquiry project and answers to the following questions:

  • What is the expected role of the parents in the Ark of Inquiry project?
  • How to scaffold children in the Ark of Inquiry activities at home?
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