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St.Peter’s Then and Now. An Inquiry Based Unit Joanne Cridland jocridland@wordpress.com. Presentation Outline. Background of Information Learning Activity Data Collection Process Results of Data Analysis Recommendations for future practice.

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st peter s then and now

St.Peter’s Then and Now

An Inquiry Based Unit

Joanne Cridland

jocridland@wordpress.com

presentation outline
Presentation Outline

Background of Information Learning Activity

Data Collection Process

Results of Data Analysis

Recommendations for future practice

st peter s then and now background information
St. Peter’s Then and Now Background Information
  • Australian History Unit
  • 11 Weeks
  • Year 2 Achievement Standard
  • http://jocridland.wordpress.com/
  • Unit developed for use on Consistency of Teacher Judgement Day
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Key Inquiry Questions

  • What aspects of the past can you see today? What do they tell us?
  • What is the same and different about physical features of our school environment?
  • What did St.Peter’s look like in the past, and how has it changed over time?
  • What remains of the past are important to the local school community? Why?
the learners
The Learners
  • Year 2 (One of 3 classes)
  • 24 students (Job Share )
  • 3 Gifted Students
  • 8 Learning Difficulties (including 4 Verified Students)
  • 20 students used for data analysis
  • 6 students selected for closer individual analysis
presentation two data collection
Presentation TwoData Collection
  • The School Library Impact Measure (SLIM) Toolkit
  • Adapted questionnaire for early years context
  • AASL Information Literacy Standards
  • Additional Data Tools
  • Blog Entry – Results of Analysis
the results question one
The Results Question One
  • Development of factual knowledge over the course of ILA
  • Minimal growth in regards to explanation and conclusion statements.
  • Implications
the results question two
The Results: Question Two
  • level of interest stayed consistent for questionnaire one and two. 
  • decrease in interest level at for questionnaire three
  • Implications
the results question three
The Results : Question Three
  • knowledge levels increased over the course of the three questionnaires.
  • Decrease in perceived knowledge level during 2nd questionnaire
  • Implications
the results question four
The Results: Question Four
  • Standards for the 21st Century Learner.
  • develop and use successful strategies for locating information.
  • able to access information efficiency and effectively.
  • Implications
the results question five
The Results: Question Five
  • Difficulties
  • being able to determine the accuracy of information
  • to identify inaccurate or misleading information
  • being able to distinguish between facts, point of view and opinion.
  • Implications
the results question six
The Results: Question Six
  • knowledge of locating, accessing, organising, communicating and evaluating information. 
  • growing awareness of inquiry based process.
presentation three recommendations
Presentation ThreeRecommendations
  • which inquiry model will best enhance a teacher’s capacity to support their students as they engage in an inquiry process.
  • providing opportunities for students to experiment, problem solve, and work collaboratively
  • general capabilities of Critical and Creative thinking.
  • Professional Development
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