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St peter s then and now

St.Peter’s Then and Now

An Inquiry Based Unit

Joanne Cridland

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


  • Unit developed for use on Consistency of Teacher Judgement Day

St peter s then and now

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