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2015 ISTE - Structuring

2015 ISTE - Structuring

  1. Transforming Schools: Building Conditions for Modern Learning Diana Laufenberg & Chris Lehmann Inquiry Schools @dlaufenberg & @chrislehmann
  2. Inquiry Research Collaboration Presentation Reflection
  3. How do you define inquiry? Getting Started:
  4. Process
  5. What Changes WhenYou Help Students Develop The Skill of Inquiry? Tracking Change:
  6. Inquiry Develops: Choice Personalization Relevance Empowerment Care
  7. Inquiry Complicates: Covering Content Planning Assessment
  8. Inquiry isn’t: Us asking kids questions we know the answers to.
  9. How do we create enough structure to be effective without becoming so rigid that we can't innovate
  10. Guided Inquiry
  11. For example... http://bit.ly/SLAPublicInfo http://tinyurl.com/buildinghistory http://bit.ly/RamiEnglish11_Sept http://bit.ly/SLASFP1213
  12. It's Complicated:
  13. Discussion: To/For By/With
  14. Next Questions: What are your fears about doing this? What fears might your learners have? How will you mitigate those fears?
  15. Really Big Questions: What else will change if your pedagogy becomes more inquiry-driven? What changes if your entire system becomes more inquiry-driven?
  16. Using Tech:
  17. Ubiquitous, Necessary and Invisible
  18. Discussion: How do we ensure that the technology serves the learning, not the other way around?
  19. Open Inquiry
  20. Senior Capstone http://bit.ly/SLACapstone http://bit.ly/WynnCapstone
  21. Reflections: How would a deeper movement into the inquiry process change your teaching? Change your school? What needs to happen for you to move further in this direction?
  22. More Information: inquiryschools.org Building School 2.0

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