Colo. IB-candidate school teaches through inquiry

03/20/2013 | Windsor Beacon (Colo.)

Students at Range View Elementary School in Severance, Colo., learn through asking questions and making mistakes, a process that is part of the school's effort to become an official International Baccalaureate school. Reading and writing are emphasized across subjects, while social studies and science lessons are grouped together, said Range View's IB coordinator, Shauna Curtis. "Questions from students almost always direct instruction. Which leads to less off-task behavior because they're actually interested in what they're learning," third-grade teacher Lori Bluemel said.

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