Culture Of Inquiry

•Fosters trust, tolerance and risk-taking

•Builds self-confidence and a willingness to challenge ideas and tolerate confusion

•Requires respect

•Demands intellectual engagement and higher order thinking

•Encourages open-minded collaboration and acceptance of diverse ideas

•Engenders passion and curiosity

•Empowers learners to take control of their own learning

•Structured around flexible use of time, non-hierarchical organization, adult modeling and adequate resources

•Provokes questioning

by B. Stripling & Pam Berger 2006 Fall Retreat, NY Library Association

by Marcia Eggleston, 2006 Fall Retreat, NY Library Association

•Levels of thinking •Verbs for each level

by B. Stripling & Pam Berger 2006 Fall Retreat, NY Library Association

see also -

Brainstorms & Blueprints Teaching Library Research as a Thinking Process - by B. Stripling