Using the Inquiry Process to Improve Learning Outcomes

By Annette Perez 
edutopia.org
3 min



With data gathered from early assessments, teachers can work together to improve lessons to better meet the needs of all students.


Elementary teachers are on the front line when it comes to tapping into the needs of each student to not only ensure that they meet the yearly benchmarks to move on to the next grade but also make sure they become lifelong learners. The inquiry process is a tool that develops the teacher’s craft and brings the attainable goal of positive student outcomes into focus.

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