The IFI Resource
Library is a collection of highly useful
information about inquiry-based learning,
teacher education, and related subjects.
It includes previously published and unpublished
articles, speeches, presentations, inquiry
activities, program descriptions, video
and audio tapes, and educational software.
Sources for which copyright permission
was granted are posted in-full on these
web pages. Resources for which we could
not obtain copyright permission are in
abstract (summary) or include links to
the actual resource.
Also, be sure
to check out the Exploratorium's
Learning Studio for more cool resources.
for Inquiry Book
A monograph on the philosophy and practice
of inquiry for educators and parents.
Inquiry Through Formative Assessment
by Wynne Harlen.
Inquiry descriptions written by researchers,
teachers, and professional development
specialists from the fields of science,
mathematics, history, writing, and the
arts who attended the 1996 Institute for
Professional Development Design Seminar
Guide to Articles and Readings
Information for the Classroom
Publications and web links with direct
applications to inquiry classroom discussions
for Teacher Workshops
Publications and web links for professional
development inquiry providers, including
sample workshop activities and potentially
Publications and web links that provide
a theoretical background for inquiry education
Publications and web links relating to
inquiry education in museums and other
informal educational institutions
Websites that may be of
interest but do not have inquiry as the