Inquiry-based working is assumed to contribute to improving educational quality and to stimulate professional learning. It involves having an inquiry habit of mind, being data literate and creating a culture of inquiry in schools. Lisette Luijk gives insight into the way school boards, school leaders and teachers work in an inquiry-based manner, how an inquiry-based culture is established in schools and what this means for the inquiry habit of mind of students. A students’ inquiry habit of mind includes being curious and having critical thinking skills.
E. Luijk, Inquiry-based Leading and Learning: Inquiry-based Working by School Boards, School Leaders and Teachers and Students’ Inquiry Habit of Mind.
Prof. M.L.L. Volman
Dr M.L. Krüger
Dr B.J.H. Zijlstra
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