Category Archives: Guided Inquiry

Imagine Your Library

I prepared this Pecha Kucha for a conference last year, and to make a long story short, did not get to present it. So I made lemonade out of that lemon, re-invented it as a video and posted it on … Continue reading

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Inquiry Untethered

Imagine a program where all learning is driven by inquiry, without the many constraints that we deal with, real or self-imposed. Inquiry can be untethered from the constraints of wired networks, school schedules, locations, access to resources, and available time. … Continue reading

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Knowledge-Building Centres

Imagine students engaging in inquiry and research where learning is transparent, collaboration builds understanding, formative assessment is timely and useful, access to resources is personalized and scaffolded for success, and where students are truly engaged in deeper learning. I believe … Continue reading

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