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Transcript of Inquiry Process
How do we learn? How do we think?
with colleagues in small groups
How does this all connect?
group findings in a larger setting
How do you build community in such a new environment?
Sometimes it seems like we are on a road trip, watching the curriculum go by...biomes and ecosystems, check; food chains and webs, check; extreme environments and adaptations, check.
fully integrated subject areas
fully integrated teams
new BC curriculum
competencies over 30 months vs skills per grade level
metacognition practiced and shared in all classrooms
common team preps and staff collaboration time
BYOD as a learning tool
First Peoples referencing everywhere
all in a BRAND NEW BUILDING
What can inquiry-based teaching look like?
What are some of the key FACTORS that contributed to the birth and evolution of human endeavours?
What are the GAMECHANGERS that transformed MANKIND?
Who do we want our learners to be when they leave Dwight?
back to essential questions....
How do we create a
each other’s knowledge of and experience with asking essential questions in the classroom
new knowledge collaboratively with the use of templates
upon our own pedagogy and practice with regards to inquiry questions and curriculum plans
Where did we go?
Eagle Mountain Middle School; Port Moody, BC
To deepen our understanding on the application of inquiry questions in a middle years setting
What did we see?
Connect and Wonder
Points of Inquiry
Kid versions in the school...
“culture of questioning"
Where did we go?
a fascinating talk on moving sustainability education forward in BC schools.
to take a closer look at how to implement environmental education in our classrooms.
But does this approach best serve our students?
considering the complexity and interrelatedness of natural and human created systems, and how humans interact with and affect those systems.
developing an aesthetic appreciation for the natural world that encourages students to learn about and protect the environment.
providing opportunities for students to take responsible action and explore the environmental impact of their decisions and actions.
providing opportunities to practice an environmental ethic based on an examination of values that can give rise to new visions, possibilities and actions.
Could our evening have fit in with our morning any more perfectly?
in small groups during the talk
with each other over a glass of wi...water!
with our host at the end of our tour
with each other as we bubble with excitement
and with you....
What can inquiry-based learning look like?
Connect and construct
Investigate and express
Connect and reflect
Create - Connect