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Research Briefs

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When teachers redefine their role from information provider to Instigator of Thought, they are sometimes challenged to support their approach to teaching and learning. These Inspired Teaching Research Briefs summarize sound educational research studies that undergird much of Inspired Teaching’s work and approach.

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Inquiry-Based Teaching

Inquiry-based teaching is a pedagogical approach that invites students to explore academic content by posing, investigating, and answering questions. This approach puts students’ questions at the center of the curriculum. Click here to download the full PDF issue brief.

Relationship-Based Discipline

Relationship-based discipline is a student-centered approach to classroom management that relies on strong, mutually respectful, personal relationships to engage cooperation in the classroom. Click here to download the full PDF issue brief.

Investing in Teachers Through Mentoring

Teacher mentoring is an individualized form of professional development that involves a holistic approach to personal improvement. Mentoring is a key aspect of Inspired Teaching’s programs that ensures teachers are able to operationalize best practices. Click here to download the full PDF issue brief.

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