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Collaborative Inquiry Learning

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paulette alcox

on 2 December 2013

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Transcript of Collaborative Inquiry Learning

What is an inquiry stance?
What is our "inch"?
“ Teachers and principals need to … ask,
‘What is working best?’,
‘Why is it working best?’ and
‘Who is it not working for?’”
What might this look like?
What do we already know about inquiry?
Collaborative Inquiry Learning
Oakridge

Structure
of the CIL
Today: Launch
ask questions,
begin to define student inquiry,
begin to identify our focus
December 10: Inquiry in...
co-plan
co-teach
debrief
January 29: Inquiry in...
co-plan
co-teach
debrief
March 3: Inquiry in...
co-plan
co-teach
debrief
April 8: Inquiry in...
co-plan
co-teach
debrief
April 24: (half day) Wrap up
ask questions,
reflect on definition of student inquiry,
reflect on our focus
Format of a Day
looking at inquiry in a subject area
co-plan
co-teach
debrief
planning for
my
class
Other Considerations
variety of subjects...
one focus

commitment to the "in between" investigation
How did Maya approach the task?
What qualities describe her learning "stance"?
How did Charlie approach the task?
What qualities describe his learning "stance"?
How was their combined approach different than
that of the other students?
What qualities might indicate that you were encouraging an inquiry stance in your own classroom?
Visible Learning, John Hattie
What is already going well?
What student learning do we need to address?
What do you see or hear that suggests
students are not...?
Which students are already...?
What does that tell us?
http://www.wordle.net/create
How can we make this about doing something
different
, rather than doing something
more
?
Format of the Study
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