Happy Spring! My name is Kathleen Stoker and I am an English/Journalism teacher at Westborough High School in Westborough, MA. I have been teaching high school and college students for
“The answers you have are only as good as the questions you’ve asked.” –Rebecca Trotter Throughout all of my experience with Guided Inquiry, I have faced one recurring problem. Questions.
“Freedom is nothing but a chance to be better.” –Albert Camus No longer under the yoke of Senior Project, we found ourselves with massive gaps in the curriculum.
“The secret of change is to focus all of your energy, not on fighting the old, but on building the new.” –Socrates My adventure into Guided Inquiry
Challenges Right now, there are some challenges that I hope to work on over the next year or two. First, my schedule is a fixed schedule, meaning that all my
This year has been a learning year for me in regards to Guided Inquiry Design. Throughout this year, I have been trying out the beginning phases, Open, Immerse, and Explore.
There are a lot of things I am looking forward to as March begins here in central Connecticut. My daughter’s 9th birthday comes tomorrow. College basketball’s March Madness. SPRING –
Collaboration – I took the lead as the main presenter and grader. The Dean and I discussed the assessment process and grades. I shared all PowerPoints in a Google Folder
Recent Project: The GID Process In the 2015-16 school year, after participating in a Guided Inquiry summer institute, my partners at the Charter School: the social studies teacher, the Dean,