Focus On Inquiry

Many teachers across Alberta are learning to develop instructional design, teaching, and assessment practices that are more closely aligned with contemporary research on how people learn. One of these learning-focused designs is discipline-based inquiry (Friesen & Scott, 2013).

This new resource for teachers, Focus on Inquiry, was created to provide support for educators in designing intellectually engaging learning environments for today’s students. This site contains a broad research base along with current video examples of effective teaching practices with voices of educators and students.

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