Guided Inquiry Design: Tools for Learning How to Learn
Presented by Leslie Kuhlthau Maniotes, PhD, teacher effectiveness coach in the Denver Public Schools as well as a curriculum specialist and national consultant on inquiry learning
Sponsored by Library Media Connection
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One main goal of Guided Inquiry is to have our students increase their awareness of learning how they learn. How do we help students to become aware of their own learning through the inquiry process? How do teachers assess this learning? Guided Inquiry Design includes a comprehensive set of tools embedded through the inquiry process. These tools have multiple functions. They are used to help students become aware of how they learn through inquiry and, at the same time, give teachers a formative assessment of the learning. In this webinar webinar, we showcase the tools in Guided Inquiry Design, explore the depth and reach of their use, and explain how to implement tools throughout the inquiry process.
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LMC@ the Forefront is an online collaborative community where school librarians, district librarians, and school library LMS students can collaborate on all aspects of being a K-12 library media professional. Our PLC offers school librarians a place to explore together the challenges, opportunities and resources that make school libraries vibrant, vital research and learning environments. We’ll share insight, answers and encouragement to help you transform your school library into a thriving hub for 21st century learning and teaching.
About the Presenter
Leslie Maniotes, NBCT, MEd, PhD is a Teacher Effectiveness Coach in Denver Public Schools, a curriculum and literacy specialist, and a national consultant on inquiry learning and instructional design.
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