Research Cycle

Vol 11|No5|June |2015
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The importance of surprise
when conducting authentic research


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There should be surprise, delight or even discomfort as one explores. It
should not be some boring task that involves the mere scooping up of information. As Jamie explains in this month's article, true inquiry involves discovery and adventure.

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Lost and Found
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