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Structuring Inquiry - 2018

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Presented at ISTE 2018
Chris Lehmann
Science Leadership Academy Schools

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Structuring Inquiry - 2018

  1. Beyond Googling: Building Conditions for Structured Inquiry Chris Lehmann Science Leadership Academy @chrislehmann
  2. Whole School Culture
  3. • What is the difference between being “the one” and being “one of many?”
  4. Common Language of Teaching and Learning
  5. Common Inputs
  6. Common Process
  7. Common Outputs
  8. Tests Homework Projects Class Participation Traditional Classrooms: Recall-Based
  9. Projects Homework Class Participation Tests & Quizzes The Schools We Need: Understanding- Driven
  10. How do you define inquiry? Getting Started:
  11. Process
  12. What Changes WhenYou Help Students Develop The Skill of Inquiry? Tracking Change:
  13. Inquiry Develops: Choice Personalization Relevance Empowerment Care
  14. Inquiry Complicates: Covering Content Planning Assessment
  15. Inquiry isn’t: Us asking kids questions we know the answers to.
  16. When Inquiry is Scary:
  17. (the blank page)
  18. How do we create enough structure without becoming so rigid that we cannot innovate?
  19. Guided Inquiry
  20. For example...
  21. Discussion: To / For v. By / With
  22. Next Questions: What are your fears about doing this? What fears might your learners have? How will you mitigate those fears?
  23. Really Big Question: What else will change if your pedagogy becomes more inquiry-driven? What else will change if your entire system becomes more inquiry-driven?
  24. Using Tech:
  25. Ubiquitous, Necessary and Invisible
  26. Discussion: How can you use technology at every phase (inquiry, research, collaboration, presentation, reflection) of the inquiry process to enable student learning?
  27. Open Inquiry
  28. Senior Capstone
  29. 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?
  30. What are your walk- away questions?
  31. Join us: Chris’ Blog Twitter: @chrislehmann Science Leadership Academy EduCon 2019 -- Jan. 25-27, 2019

Presented at ISTE 2018 Chris Lehmann Science Leadership Academy Schools


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