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Collaborative Inquiry Learning: De Witt Carter
Transcript of Collaborative Inquiry Learning: De Witt Carter
“ 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?
How do we ________________
in order to see our students _________________?
Collaborative Inquiry Learning
De Witt Carter
of the CIL
begin to explore targeted small group instruction,
begin to identify our focus
February 4: Targeted Small Group Instruction: Literacy
February 11: Targeted Small Group Instruction: Numeracy
February 25: Targeted Small Group Instruction: Literacy
March 4: Targeted Small Group Instruction: Numeracy
March 25, morning: (half day) Wrap up
reflect on definition of student inquiry,
reflect on our focus
Format of a Day
collaboratively looking at a strategy
one focus per division
commitment to the "in between" investigation
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?
How can we make this about doing something
, rather than doing something
Format of the Study
Targeted Small Group Instruction
Where does this fit in the literacy class schedule?
Where does this fit in the math class schedule?
Create a graphic to show a typical language/ math block.
If we [insert teaching strategy here], then our students will [insert what they need to do to succeed here].