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* Cultural Inquiry Process: Tools *


It is best to try out the CIP after you have read through the basic process and have at least a general idea of its goals and how it works. If you would like to try it out for a puzzlement of your own, there are several options.

If you are interested in becoming more involved with a group of practitioners using the CIP, you may want to consider taking EDUC 606 from the Graduate School of Education at George Mason University.

Tools for individual use of the CIP in print form

Tools for individual use of the CIP using your word processor

Tools for individual use of the CIP through use of online tools

Tools for individual use of the CIP using the search engine


 
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