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My Hyper-Handy HyperDoc Inquiry Journals

Happy Friday, friends! It’s Kelsey Barker back again to wrap up our week discussing the HyperDoc Inquiry Journals I made with my friend and colleague Paige Littlefield. As I mentioned

Time to Get HYPED!

Hey, GID Friends! It’s me, Paige, again! In past blogs, I’ve described my units in detail, phase by phase, which is a terrific chance to reflect on each step. Since

Guess Who?!

It’s me again, Guided Inquiry Friends! I’ve introduced myself to you before (here and here!) as Paige Holden. This time I’m coming to you as Paige Littlefield (52 days of

CREATE!

Design Thinking Dream, design and Do or Make! As students develop their own question, they are asked to think deeply and compassionately about their topic.  During our most recent session,

Identify and Gather

What Makes a Good Question? The next step was to discuss the validity of questions.  Ground rules were created to encourage students to ask good questions about each other’s presentations,

Virtual STREAM Book Clubs Grade 3

STREAM BOOK CLUBS GR 3 My book clubs are ten week sessions, and we meet virtually using Zoom technology.  My class is limited to 15 students because I want each

GID in a Blended Learning Commons in British Columbia

Pippa Davies Director HCOS Blended Learning Commons November 19, 2017 Our book clubs have been a huge success at our distributed learning school, Heritage Christian Online School.  We serve approximately

Apps that promote Inquiry

I believe in Inquiry because I believe it fosters a self-directed and self-driven desire to life-long, continued education.  A child/student who learns to intrinsically ask questions and seek answers through

GID and Google Classroom

Howdy again from the Lone Star State!  My name is Tara Rollins and this is my second year to post to the blog.  You can find my previous entries in

Guided Inquiry and Our I Tech Initiative

by Cindy Castell   Norman Public Schools is experiencing a year of great change.  From the previous sentence, I would like to emphasize the word GREAT.  Change is happening in

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