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  1. Inquiry-BasedLearning By Barbara K. Stripling Presented by Dari, Vicky & Miko

  2. More Questions • What do you already know about the photo? • What do you predict led up to this moment? • How are you affected by the youthfulness of the subject? • What are you wondering about? Stripling, Barbara K. Inquiry-Based Learning. Edited by Barbara K. Stripling and Sandra Hughes-Hassell. Curriculum Connections Through the Library. Westport, Connecticut: Libraries Unlimited, 2003.

  3. http://www.asianamericans.com/

  4. http://www.schoolhousevideo.org/media/marchers.jpg

  5. http://www.doublestandards.org/kimphuc.html

  6. http://warchildren.org/world.html

  7. http://www.columbia.edu/cu/ccba/cear/issues/fall97/graphics/forum/jacobs/jacobs2.htmhttp://www.columbia.edu/cu/ccba/cear/issues/fall97/graphics/forum/jacobs/jacobs2.htm

  8. So, what istheInquiry Model?

  9. Inquiry Model • Students • Curriculum • Educators • Library Media Specialist • Assessment

  10. Students • Heart of learning • Learning is active and shared • Hypothesis, Exploration, Reflection • Independent / Interdependent • Information finding vs Mental process

  11. Curriculum • In depth pursuit of important ideas • General framework and context • Uncovered / Discovered

  12. Educator “It thus becomes the office of the educator to select those things within the range of existing experience that have the promise and potentiality of presenting new problems which by stimulating new ways of observation and judgment will expand the area of further experience.” John Dewey

  13. Educator • Interact and mediate the environment • Guide rather than provider of information • Teach inquiry and literacy techniques • Offer multiple resources • Engage parents and community members

  14. Library Media Specialist • Support change • Design instruction • Co-teach • Collaborate with teachers • Support teachers with professional resources and strategies

  15. Assessment • On-going • Students’ work vs teacher generated tests • Prior knowledge • Assess growth in understanding • Make sense of information • Asking questions • Student understanding • Final product

  16. The Process of Inquiry Stripling, Barbara K. Inquiry-Based Learning. Edited by Barbara K. Stripling and Sandra Hughes-Hassell. Curriculum Connections Through the Library. Westport, Connecticut: Libraries Unlimited, 2003.

  17. Teaching Strategies What teachers want to know…

  18. Stripling, Barbara K. Inquiry-Based Learning. Edited by Barbara K. Stripling and Sandra Hughes-Hassell. Curriculum Connections Through the Library. Westport, Connecticut: Libraries Unlimited, 2003. The Process of Inquiry • Connect • Connect to self, previous knowledge • Gain background knowledge to set context for new • learning • Observe, experience • Wonder • Develop questions • Make predictions, hypotheses

  19. Stripling, Barbara K. Inquiry-Based Learning. Edited by Barbara K. Stripling and Sandra Hughes-Hassell. Curriculum Connections Through the Library. Westport, Connecticut: Libraries Unlimited, 2003. The Process of Inquiry • Investigate • Find and evaluate information to answer questions, • test hypotheses • Think about the information to illuminate new • questions and hypotheses • Construct • Construct new understandings connected to • previous knowledge • Draw conclusions about questions and hypotheses

  20. Stripling, Barbara K. Inquiry-Based Learning. Edited by Barbara K. Stripling and Sandra Hughes-Hassell. Curriculum Connections Through the Library. Westport, Connecticut: Libraries Unlimited, 2003. The Process of Inquiry • Express • Express new ideas to share learning with others • Apply understandings to a new context, new • situation • Reflect • Reflect on own process of learning and on new • understandings gained from inquiry • Ask new questions

  21. Inquiry vs “All students W I L L learn.” Information Problem Solving Stripling, Barbara K. Inquiry-Based Learning. Edited by Barbara K. Stripling and Sandra Hughes-Hassell. Curriculum Connections Through the Library. Westport, Connecticut: Libraries Unlimited, 2003.