Independent Inquiry Reflection Google Form email BartLMiller (at) gmail to request a copy


*the Reflection Form is aligned with the International Baccalaureate Organization Learner Profile and Transdisciplinary Skills, the 21st Century Fluency Project, and Connected Learning Principles and Core Values.


Significant Links


Independent Inquiry at Symphony of Ideas

Connected Learning: Relevance, the 4th R (video)
Connected Learning
Connected Learning Educator Resources
Connected Learning FAQ
Create a Hub of Connected Learning (checklist for educators)
Self-Directed Learning in Online Connected Learning Environments

Born to Learn


Albemarle County Public Schools


National Writing Project

21st Century Fluency Project

Personalized Learning BC

Ownership and Agency Will Propel STEM Learning

Why Kids Need to Tinker to Learn (MindShift)
Why We Need To Value Spatial Creativity (MindShift)

Genius Hour
Genius Hour LiveBinder

Reflections on 'i-time'

It looks like fun, but are they learning? from Design, Make, Play (Bevan, Petrich, Wilkinson)

20% Time in Education

The Maker Education Initiative
MAKE Magazine
Why the Maker Movement matters to educators

diy.org Get Skills. Earn patches.

Class Badges
Teacher's Guide to Using Badges

MIT Media Lab - Learning Creative Learning
Learning Creative Learning K-12 resources

Constructionist Learning Theory

What teachers need to know about authentic learning

Choices for Children by Alfie Kohn

Seven Habits of Highly Connected People

Independent Inquiry hashtag: #indinq (twitter, google+, tumblr)