December 2012

transforming-education-blog

Transforming Education One Question at a Time

I was reminded of my son's pre-snooze inquiries when I read veteran educator and author John Barell’s recent piece, “Fostering Curiosity Here, There, and Everywhere,” in which he credits his mother with making him the scientist he is today. Barell’s mother did so not by asking him, “What did you learn in school today?”, but rather, “Did you ask a good question today in school?”

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joanna-blog-post

Learning the Value of Inquiry-based Teaching

No matter where students may live, whether here, in Panama, or anywhere else in the world, they all want to be heard, they all want to be respected, and, if you are willing to give that to them, they will want to learn.

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EL-CCSS-blog

Teacher Leader: Teaching Must Become Inquiry-Based

We're especially proud that one of our teachers was selected to share her first-hand account of implementing the CCSS--and how her Inspired Teaching training well prepared her--in the Dec./Jan. issue of Educational Leadership.

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