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Theme of 2017: AMPLIFY the Positive in Education through GID

Excellent Educators! We need good news!  Guided Inquiry Design is part of the good in education that is happening across the country in many schools. With GID students K-12 are

Libraries are Safe Inclusive Spaces for Learning

The last post of this week is on Library as a safe space in schools. As you know, this week I’m taking a look into the connection between GID and

Conferencing Throughout the Process

It is the last day before winter break, and like many of you my brain has been working in overdrive.   However, I know that my final post is probably my

Building a Foundation for Inquiry

As stated in my prior entry, the first unit I taught as a librarian on inquiry was on pop culture. Students and teachers were excited about this unit because pop

A Librarian’s Journey to Guided Inquiry Design

Hello from Hampton Roads, Virginia! My name is Patrice (Patty) Lambusta and I am a middle school librarian at Passage Middle School in Newport News. Like many librarians, I am

Little Kids and GID?

Yes, Guided Inquiry is a design that you can use with the littlest of kids. The first GID unit we implemented in my building was kindergarten! That being said, there

I’m a believer!

My name is Kelsey Gourd and I work in Norman Public Schools as an elementary teacher librarian. As you’ve read here before, Norman Public Schools have embraced the Guided Inquiry

Special Education and GID- About Me!

Hello GID fans! My name is Amanda Biddle. I work at Henry Clay High school in Lexington, KY. Henry Clay is the largest high school in Kentucky with about 2,

Natural Phenomena – Students Questions from the Middle

As Hermine approaches on the east coast this Labor Day weekend we have a relevant post about student questioning from the middle school level on the topic of natural phenomena.

Beginning with the end in mind – Student Questions from High School

This week we are talking about student questions, what questions students come up with within the context of a GID unit, and how they relate to and address the content

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