Leveraging Library Learning with Guided Inquiry Design®
Inquiry is everywhere today. It’s in the student expectations of every content area, Math, the Next Gen Science Standards, the National Social Studies Standards. It's in the ELA Common Core. And, of course, the new AASL standards demand an “inquiry based research process”. Inquiry-based learning is the common ground on which best practice for all learning stands. When the driving force of learning in schools is inquiry-based learning, the librarian becomes an essential partner in the core instructional program. Guided Inquiry Design® the gold standard for inquiry is a research based practice that can become the core to your instructional program. Come learn about the Guided Inquiry Design® process and how a district wide roll out created a culture in all schools where the librarians are partnering with teachers in every subject to lead learning in all schools K-12.
Hear author, co-creator, and pioneer in inquiry based learning Dr. Leslie Maniotes share the GID process first hand. You’ll leave inspired with new ideas of how you can leverage your library and your expertise on information to guide and teach students to locate, evaluate, and use information embedded in content area instruction in your school.
Learn more about GID: https://guidedinquirydesign.com/gid/
School librarians may be eligible for 3 hours toward PDPs.
- Friday, November 22, 2019
- 10:00am - 1:00pm
- Goodnow Library, Sudbury
- CE Classes