A high school math inquiry project

The email started like many we receive: What dates are the library computers available to bring down classes for research? We check the schedule and start to email a response

Greetings from Kentucky

At school, I’m known by students in a variety of ways: One of the friendly librarians (at my school we are fortunate enough to have 2!), the teacher who got

E is for…

If you’ve read my other posts, you can probably guess which direction I’m going with this one.  It’s the direction I’m always trying to go- towards student engagement (that’s what

Just Keep Swimming, Swimming, Swimming…

So, here is when we decided it was time to come clean with our classes- we’re going to write a research paper (which was not a decision we arrived at

…And Away We Go! (Post Two, Part One)

Hello, again! I’m back to talk your ear off about our current unit.  (Warning: I anticipate that this post will be considerably lengthier than my first!)  I want to share

Getting Started

Happy Monday, GID-ers!  If it’s snowy where you are, I hope you’re staying warm.  As for us in Oklahoma, I’ve barely needed a sweater this week, and we have not

Wrapping it all up

Previously, I shared the beginning stages of our GID project, Challenge and Change.  At this point, students are now in the process of gathering information about their topic, hence the

Lets start at the very beginning

A very good place to start. When you read you begin with ABC, when you research you being with OPEN, IMMERSE, EXPLORE. As promised, I am back again!  This time,

In good company

Greetings fellow GID-ers, or those new to the process!  I will be posting this week and giving you all a taste of Guided Inquiry from tiny, snow covered Havre de

End of the Week Reflections

This is my last post on 52 Weeks of Guided Inquiry.  I hope that it has been of some use to others.  It has been fun to think/write about GID