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Chapter 8: Mini-Inquiries Small Group Inquiry Model Adapted for Mini-Inquiry Projects. Chapter 13 Management Q & A. Q: How to begin? A: Mini-inquiries, then, literature inquiries, content inquiries and finally open inquiries Q: How do you schedule Inquiry Circles?

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    1. Chapter 8: Mini-InquiriesSmall Group Inquiry Model Adapted for Mini-Inquiry Projects

    2. Chapter 13 Management Q & A Q: How to begin? A: Mini-inquiries, then, literature inquiries, content inquiries and finally open inquiries Q: How do you schedule Inquiry Circles? A: They can take 1 week to 2 months given an hour a day • Science and social studies time are popular at elementary school • Kids can work on projects when other requirements are finished • Work plans, logs, and calendars can help monitor work Q: What are the kids doing? A: reading, researching, viewing, organizing, responding, interviewing, presenting, etc Q: How do I help kids organize their materials and information? A: Research notebooks and folders to hold collected materials Q: How can we introduce this to our school? A: See the story of Burley School in Chicago

    3. Chapter 12 Assessment and EvaluationContinued Individual Accountability in Small Groups • Define the concept first • Keep the group size small • Use written work plans and checkpoints • Make grading standards clear • Observe group meetings • Have checkup conferences with individual kids • Have Commitment Ceremonies • Use rubrics to grade inquiry circle work (simple, clear, and focused on kids