This week we will explore the inquiry process, how to develop inquiry questions and delve into the structure of your inquiry projects. Critically examining the process for an inquiry will help ensure understanding and clarity.
Plan and attend your first MENTOR CONNECT chat - using the technology you've worked out with your ONedMentor Connect selected mentor.
Rebecca Alber, Click to link to article about
5 Powerful Questions Teachers Can Ask - Edutopia.
At the end of this week, you will be able to:
- describe and discuss forms of inquiry in the classroom (teacher inquiry, student inquiry) as it applies to curriculum and learning
- identify the process for an effective inquiry and apply it to the plan for your inquiry project
- meet and have a conversation with your ONedMentor Connect mentor using a video collaboration tool of your choice
Inquiry in the classroom
A collaborative, professional inquiry project
- Collaborative Teacher Inquiry. Secretariat Special Edition #16.
- Inquiry-based learning Secretariat Special Edition #32.
- Making Sense of Inquiry-Based Learning: An Ontario Perspective
What connections can you make from your own teaching/ learning experiences to the readings and explorations into inquiry?
Learn more about the Inquiry Model for Teaching and Learning from this collection of resources.
PINTEREST board with links to websites relating to INQUIRY