Please answer these two questions, 250 word min on each-

1. Inquiry-based learning is a way to promote curiosity, exploration, and ownership for learning. What is an example of a topic that would be appropriate for an inquiry-based lesson? How would you plan for and implement an inquiry-based lesson on that topic?

2. Making real-world connections in an early childhood classroom is important. What are some ways you can engage your students through real-world connections  that would promote human flourishing?

Readings-

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