About our inquiring minds

This blog arose not out of a desire to share but instead a desire to learn and be inspired. Jeff Woodcock invited inspiring and motivated educators to be part of a diverse learning community that will exist at Inquiring Minds. Twelve contributors, formerly colleagues at Bonn International School and now located around the world, will use this platform to discuss, inform, question and seek out feedback. The contributors to this blog serve varied roles and bring forward different perspectives on inquiry-based education.


2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. msrobertscedarinternationaly Roberts
    Apr 16, 2013 @ 22:51:07

    I love what I’ve read so far on this blog and am interested in accessing the discussion about provocations. What is the link for this? I clicked on #pyp chat and nothing came up. Thanks for sharing your thoughts as you work to more deeply understand the pyp.


  2. Tosca Killoran
    Dec 07, 2013 @ 15:07:15

    Hey Ms Roberts,
    Just noticed this comment!!
    You can check out Bren’s post about provocations here:
    Or you can use Twitter https://twitter.com/ to join the #PYPChat that happens frequently. There is a great archive of a discussion here: http://pypchat.wikispaces.com/pypchat1nov
    Also there is some great reading on this blog here: http://inquiryblog.wordpress.com/2013/01/28/the-power-of-a-provocation/ or you can follow anyone of us on this blog on Twitter and we can hook you up with some great ideas:


    Hopefully that helps!


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