Fostering a Culture of Curiosity and Inquiry
A culture of inquiry is curious, transparent, and active. It encourages all members of a community to ask questions, develop plans, and to link inquiry with better life chances for the students we serve. A culture of curiosity and inquiry is lived both through the daily practices of individual persons and through the systems that support shared and collaborative systemic inquiry. Healthy cultures are leadership in action.
Indigenous Perspectives and Considerations
- Engage in ongoing learning to challenge your values, beliefs, blind spots and privileges.
- Value Indigenous voice in shared systemic decision making.
- Honour diverse stories, learning experiences, and narratives of Indigenous peoples.
- Value and nurture Indigenous knowledge(s) and worldviews that honour diverse ways of knowing