Growing into INQUIRY. BIG IDEAS: Standards and the roles of SLMS in INQUIRY based learning Definition of INQUIRY learning Regional Information Fluency Curricula and INQUIRY Information to knowledge journey Research rationale New thinking for new outcomes.
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Information problem solving shifts to INQUIRY
Inquiry implies attitude of questioning
Inquiry implies reflecting with cognition
Inquiry means start with a question
Inquiry means open investigation
Inquiry is student centered
Goal is new understanding in the student
Answers involve messy, recursive building of ideas
Open-ended, leads to future questions, experiences
Transformational learning foundations include information literacy and technological literacy.
Formational student achievement embraces knowledge creation, knowledge use, knowledge production, knowledge dissemination, knowledge values, and reading literacy.
Children learn by being actively engaged
and reflecting on that experience
Children learn by building on what they already know
Children develop higher order thinking through guidance at critical points
Children develop in a sequence of stages
Children have different ways of learning
Children learn through social interaction with others
Children are motivated by problem solving and inquiry
Mastery of content knowledge occurs when it is applied, manipulated, and original meaning is constructed
Capital Region BOCES SLS and Questar III BOCES SLS
Regional Information Fluency Curriculum