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1 Jan-Marie Kellow

2 Why a school model? Ownership Process develops understanding Common understanding Suit community needs Consistency

3 It takes time …

4 Inquiry is a disposition not a process All men by nature desire to know. Aristotle By doubt we are led to inquiry and from inquiry we perceive the truth. Pierre Abelard

5 So why inquiry?

6 Higher order thinking Critical thinking Problem -solving Lifelong learning Information literacy skills Depth of understanding

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8 Common understanding of inquiry School visits e.g. Opoutere School, Aberdeen Primary & Birkdale Intermediate Focus on Inquiry by Jeni Wilson & Lesley Wing Jan (Curriculum Corporation)

9 Elements of Inquiry Student ownership of the learning and clear purpose Authentic contexts, meaningful learning An investigation into a question, problem, issue or idea Students construct meaning Scaffolding to support learning Teacher as guide or facilitator Knowledge creation Action as a result of the inquiry What do each of the elements of inquiry mean to your staff?

10 Discuss, Debate and Question

11 Big 6 ResearchCycle Action Learning SAUCE Super 3 8 Ws 3 Doors Numerous school models I.S.P. ProgressiveInquiry Problem-basedLearning Existing Models

12 Explore existing models Visit the web School models Presentations at conferences, Ulearn & The S uper 3" is copyright © Michael B. Eisenberg and Robert E. Berkowitz. For more information, visit:

13 Inquiry into inquiry

14 Trial existing models The "Big6" is copyright © (1987) Michael B. Eisenberg and Robert E. Berkowitz. For more information, visit:

15 Compare models ModelBig 6Action LearningResearch Cycle Opoutere Learning Journey SAUCESuper 3Ask & ActAberdeen AuthorEisenberg & Berkowitz Gwen GawithJamie McKenzie Opoutere School Trevor BondEisenberg & Berkowitz Jan-Marie Kellow Aberdeen School Task Definition DecideEssential Question Set the Scene PlanAsk Info seeking strategies PlanThe Task Locate & Access Search & FindGatherFind & Gather AcquireDoAcquire Use of InfoUse & AnalyseSort, Sift & Analyse UseAnalyse Recording SynthesisPresent & Communicate SynthesiseCreate & Communicate Apply EvaluateCommunicateReviewAct Reporting Evaluate AssessEvaluateAssess

16 Type of model Information Literacy (e.g. Big6) Scientific (e.g. Forests of Life DigiOps project) Problem-based learning (e.g. Birkdale Intermediate)

17 Structure Review & Reflect

18 Create your own model Use the features and terms that suit your school community Personalise your model Hikuai Schools Learning TreeMaramarua Schools Agent Marama Inspector Tui Parawai School

19 Trial your model Trial Modify. Trial again

20 Feedback from students Community Involvement Consult and Inform

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23 Making it happen What does it sound like? What does it look like? What does it feel like? What do we need to do?


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