Here are the easy-to-click links listed in the Notes section at the end of each chapter of The Genius Hour Guidebook: Fostering Passion, Wonder, and Inquiry in the Classroom.
13 Read the book here: https://leanpub.com/bestandnextineducation
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13 http://tinyurl.com/SPED5, page 3.
2 There are lots of examples of this if you search online. You can also check out Hugh’s blog and links at http://tinyurl.com/GHbyod. You may also want to check with your School District or IT department to see if they have a BYOD policy in place.
3 You can follow the students at twitter.com/greeninquiry.
4 Example: http://tinyurl.com/GHBlogIndex
3 See the blog post for added links: http://tinyurl.com/GHAction
Appendix A: Frequently Asked Questions
4 http://tinyurl.com/GHHydraulicsBlog (be sure to read the comments too).
5 Watch Ewan’s TEDx talk: http://tinyurl.com/TEDProblemFinders
6 Sylvia’s post: http://tinyurl.com/over-structure
Appendix B: Genius Hour Resources & Lesson Plans
5 You may want to watch a few more inspirational videos listed in Chapter 2 over the next few days and keep adding to the list before Step 3 (developing the inquiry questions). This will probably depend on how many ideas the students were able to generate. We like to spend a few weeks on Steps 1 and 2 (getting inspired and brainstorming), so do not feel like you need to rush to the part where they develop their own questions. We also recommend going outside for a nature walk, if that is an option. Students can record questions and wonders and add them to the Genius Hour Wonder Wall too.
8 Thank you, Kam Grewal, for sharing with us your idea of using picture books to teach questioning.