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Student inquiry and curriculum integration: Shared origins and points of difference (Part A)

Sally Boyd and Rose Hipkins

This is the first of two articles about student inquiry and curriculum integration. These articles aim to help educators to consider the ideas about learning that underpin different integrated and inquiry approaches and their fit with ideas in The New Zealand Curriculum. This first article (Part A) defines student inquiry and curriculum integration and then explores the characteristics and origins of five different integrated and inquiry approaches that are used in schools.

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