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Visually Explained Inquiry Process

One of the problems with the technological world we live in is tracing back resources that I find to try and figure out who is responsible for the cool things I found. This graphic I came across is a clear example of that. It appears to have originated in Australia via the website that you can go to by clicking on it.

At any rate, I thought that it was worth sharing this with all of you because it is the same process that we, as teachers, must go through when we are deciding what tool to use in terms of technology in the classroom. When you first begin forming a plan, you must ask yourself real questions about what you are looking to accomplish before determining what tool you should use to do it. As you ask yourself those real questions, come talk to me and I can help you figure out ways to accomplish what your questions are asking.


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