inquiry - Steve Barkley

Podcast: Using Inquiry to Set the Stage for Student Voice and Choice

When are you more of a managerial leader verses an inquiry leader in the classroom? There are important times for each. What do students learn from your approach? How conscious […]

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Podcast for Parents: Why Are Schools Exploring Student Agency & Inquiry?

Parent, teacher, and inquiry consultant to schools, Trevor MacKenzie, provides definitions for and explanations of why student agency and inquiry are increasingly becoming a focus for schools. Trevor connects these […]

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Podcast: Assessment in an Inquiry Focused Classroom

Trevor MacKenzie, the author of “Inquiry Mindset Assessment Edition,” describes the incongruity that can exist in some classrooms between co-designed inquiry learning activities and teacher-controlled assessment activities. How do we […]

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Podcast for Teachers: Collaboration – Teachers/Students/The Greater Community – Learning for All

A Kindergarten and High School Science teacher describe the collaboration they entered with each other, their students, and outside school partners to engage students in inquiry and critical thinking through […]

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Podcast for Teachers – Teaching and Learning Virtually: What Works for This Middle School Science Teacher

Denise Wright, who teaches 8th grade earth science virtually for Horry County Schools in South Carolina, is a virtual teacher of the year who writes an online teacher column for […]

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Inquiry for Students Teachers and Administrators

I found a great article, School as Inquiry, by Steven Wolk in the October 2008 issue of Phi Delta Kappan. The article matched some thinking and presenting that I have […]

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