Keep on Learning! This is a little late coming- I wanted to add some student data to this post, but it was harder than expected to obtain it. So here
Yes, it can be done. We took Guided Inquiry and worked it into the math classroom. But why does everyone seem baffled at the the thought of a math teacher
This week is a big week for Guided Inquiry Design. Beginning on Wednesday CiSSL is hosting on the Rutgers campus in New Brunswick, NJ the 3rd Guided Inquiry Design Institute.
My name is Stacy Ford and I am the Teacher-Librarian at The John F. Kennedy Elementary School in Norman, Oklahoma. I have been an educator for 11 years. Four of
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
Hello from Westborough High School, Westborough Massachusetts! In the early days of teaching, I learned quickly that letting students ask questions – that I didn’t know the answer to –
The things I’ve learned this year with GID are endless. The students have taught me so much. As adults who are helping students become lifelong learners, it is important to
Hello from Norman, Oklahoma! My name is Terri Curtis, and I am currently a library assistant at Whittier Middle School. First and foremost, I’m a mother to three fabulous teenagers.