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LIVE WEBINAR: Understanding collaborative inquiry

Posted by Tessa Gray

When: 15:45 - 16:45, 17 Aug 2016

Venue: Adobe Connect

Fees: Free

Organiser: Enabling e-Learning

Contact: tessa.gray@core-ed.net and nathaniel.louwrens@core-ed.org

smiley LIVE WEBINAR: What is collaborative inquiry? 3.45 - 4.15pm 17th August. 

By now, teachers in Aotearoa have become familiar with or are engaging in Teaching as Inquiry (NZC) - a process of reflection and action to improve outcomes for students. Some of us might also be more familiar with The six parts of the spiral of inquiry (Timperly, Kaser and Halbert , 2014). One of the important differences in this new approach is involving learners, their families, and communities in inquiries.

The shift in thinking here is; teacher reflection is not an isolated activity. As more schools start to cluster as communities of learning, we ask, what is collaborative inquiry, what does it look like and how can it impact on teaching and learning outcomes?

Come join us as we talk with guest presenter Rebbecca Sweeney (CORE Education) This conversation will take place in the Professional Learning group.

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Use this link to access the webinar on the day: http://connect.vln.school.nz/eelwebinar/


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We look forward to connecting with you during this time.

Enabling e-Learning online team