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Ep 31 How to Help Children Find the Answers to Their Questions

Episode Description

As inquiry educators we don’t jump in with the answers to questions. Instead we facilitate the finding of the answers.
In this episode we explore the how and the where to go to help children find the answers to their questions, and in doing so, we’re helping them create independent learners with inquiring minds.

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