In the next few weeks I’m on the blog again sharing another exciting best practice of middle school Guided Inquiry. Here’s a little background on how this all began. Last
My name is Terri Curtis, and I am the teacher librarian at Madison Elementary in Norman, OK. Our school is located a couple of blocks from the University of Oklahoma.
Hello from Norman, Oklahoma! My name is Stacy Ford and I am the Teacher-Librarian at Reagan Elementary School in Norman. I have posted before on the blog in 2016. Those
What does learning look like in your classroom? This is tough to answer, as instruction and student engagement morph from year to year and class to class. As a Science
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
As I completed the final day of my Guided Inquiry training this past Fall, describing myself as anxious would’ve been a major understatement. Our Geometry team had created a Guided
Good day! Let’s start by introducing ourselves: our names are Brian Shin and Michael Alford. We are gr.6 science teachers at St. George’s Junior School in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
I am Luke Steere, and honored to be a guest blogger for 52GID. After getting over the sheer terror of accidentally telling students to “immerse in databases” during the Explore
Greetings fellow friends of Guided Inquiry Design! My name is Sarah Scholl and I am a school librarian at Havre de Grace Middle School in Havre de Grace, Maryland! This
As the guest blogger this week, I will share how technology is infused with Guided Inquiry Design to enhance the learning experience for all of my students. In addition, I