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Week Long Inquiry Leads to Community Service

This week, I am sharing our district newsletters about inquiry learning as part of my project to amplify our message. Inquiry News 2   Click this link to read NNPS

Amplifying the Message of GID through One District

I am Mary Keeling, Supervisor of Library Media Services in Newport News, Virginia. My district’s librarians have been working with an inquiry process model since 2006. Universal adoption, our goal

GID @ the District Level Part 3

AASL states that school library programs should employ an inquiry-based approach to “inquire, think critically, and gain knowledge” (2007). Using GID in my district as our inquiry approach is a

Using GID at District Level Part 2

One way I have been able to use GID as the Instructional Specialist for Library Services is in training new librarians in my district. In the four years since coming

GID @ the District Level

In 2012, I became the Instructional Specialist for Library Services for Chesterfield County Public Schools, a school district just outside Richmond, VA. Since no one had been in this position

What’s Next?

So what is happening now and for the coming school year… Impact and Next Steps In May 2016, I presented an overview of the spring GID Institutes and unit implementation

Visiting Schools Engaged in GID

What Fun… Last spring I had so much fun visiting the schools as the librarians, teachers and gifted resource teachers (GRCs) implemented the GID units they created in the Spring

GID-Making a Difference in Teaching & Learning

My name is Kathryn Roots Lewis. I have the incredible good fortune of working in Norman Public Schools (NPS) in Norman, Oklahoma as the Director of Media Services and Instructional

Don’t Sit Still

  This is where we are now. In the coming year there will be two grades who have gone through a Guided Inquiry Design unit.  I will be working with

GID Coaches

Hi Happy GID followers! We’re having summer here in the US and lots of professional development in GID. As I mentioned in my last post, this week was the fourth

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