Getting Started with Guided Inquiry
Many educators are recognizing the power of inquiry learning as a means to address the changing needs of learners in the digital age. Guided Inquiry Design is shifting the culture of schools toward a learning-centered approach that addresses students’ need for research, information literacy, authentic critical literacy practice, deep conceptual understandings, and social learning. However, it’s not always easy to know how to begin to make this shift. In this webinar presented by edWeb’s SLC @ the Forefront community, Leslie K. Maniotes, NBCT, M.Ed.,Ph.D., and Senior Consultant at BLV Consulting, shared concrete strategies with attendees to help get them started using Guided Inquiry Design. Leslie discussed programmatic systems, long and short-term planning, and connections and tweaks that teachers can make to their current instructional practice. Join the growing community of educators who are discovering the research-backed practice of Guided Inquiry — and get started by learning some strategies for inquiry that will change and sustain learning in your school.
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