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How to … make sense of your inquiry

After the enthusiasm of carry out inquiry into their practice, teachers often find they have of information … and then struggle to organise and make sense of the data gathered. Vivienne Baumfield provides some practical suggestions.
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“To be genuinely thoughtful we must be willing to sustain and protract that state of doubt which is the stimulus to thorough inquiry, so as not to accept an idea or make a positive assertion of a belief until justifying reasons have been found.” (Dewey, 1933:16)

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