PROGRESSIVE
INQUIRY
iVet 2013-2014
Vygotsky Team
VOC 1, Session 1
17.9.2013
We will use Padlet here
Please click on the Padlet wall link with your teacher's
name:
Alexandra:
http://padlet.com/wall/4...
Pre-Task (5min)
• Did you all understand the task similarly? Did
you find the task useful for you as a teacher?
• What did...
Progressive Inquiry
• It fits well learning situations when …
• Target is knowledge building or problem
solving
• Learning...
Progressive Inquiry –
• Organize orienting activities
• Purpose: direct students and foster commitment
• Anchor the proble...
Progressive Inquiry –
• Questions or problems that guide the process
• Most valuable are questions from students themselve...
Progressive Inquiry –
• Write down prior knowledge and explanations
• Share this with others – see it from different persp...
Progressive Inquiry –
• How well prior theories explain the problem?
• What we do not know intuitively?
• What more knowle...
Progressive Inquiry –
• Explore diverse information sources
• Compare your intuitive explanations to expert knowledge
or s...
Progressive Inquiry –
• More information about the topic leads deeper in
the problem to more specific questions.
Progressive Inquiry –
• Answers to these more specific questions lead finally also
to answer to the original big question....
Other Cyclical Learning Theories
Find information (use Google) on some
other cyclical theories. Summarize your
main findin...
Similarities and Differences
• Go to http://padlet.com/wall/l2f8v57jmj.
• Keep also the other Padlet wall open!
• This Pad...
Topics for Discussion
• Did you notice any similarities with these models and how
you did your group work?
• Do you think ...
Main Sources
• Lakkala, M. (2010). How to design educational settings to
promote collaborative inquiry: Pedagogical infras...
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  1. 1. PROGRESSIVE INQUIRY iVet 2013-2014 Vygotsky Team VOC 1, Session 1 17.9.2013
  2. 2. We will use Padlet here Please click on the Padlet wall link with your teacher's name: Alexandra: http://padlet.com/wall/4e19skqnj7 Katja and Virpi: http://padlet.com/wall/lzf1mxa1uv Timo: http://padlet.com/wall/24u1450qv0
  3. 3. Pre-Task (5min) • Did you all understand the task similarly? Did you find the task useful for you as a teacher? • What did you do before you started to collect information related to your topic? • How did you work as a group? Did you split tasks? Did everyone see everything? • Did you continue to rewrite your material after the first round? • Describe on the Padlet wall how did you prepare your own teaching session. Answer following questions. (Short bullet points are fine.)
  4. 4. Progressive Inquiry • It fits well learning situations when … • Target is knowledge building or problem solving • Learning takes place in collaboration in a group • Doesn't that sound somewhat familiar? • Does that model describe any aspects of your group work? • Could you use this approach in your work / in this course? • We are going to present a pedagogical model called Progressive Inquiry
  5. 5. Progressive Inquiry – • Organize orienting activities • Purpose: direct students and foster commitment • Anchor the problem to real world, not school-books
  6. 6. Progressive Inquiry – • Questions or problems that guide the process • Most valuable are questions from students themselves • Can be done individually or in groups
  7. 7. Progressive Inquiry – • Write down prior knowledge and explanations • Share this with others – see it from different perspective • Culture of questioning and elaborating knowledge
  8. 8. Progressive Inquiry – • How well prior theories explain the problem? • What we do not know intuitively? • What more knowledge and information do we need?
  9. 9. Progressive Inquiry – • Explore diverse information sources • Compare your intuitive explanations to expert knowledge or scientific theories
  10. 10. Progressive Inquiry – • More information about the topic leads deeper in the problem to more specific questions.
  11. 11. Progressive Inquiry – • Answers to these more specific questions lead finally also to answer to the original big question. • And probably iteratively triggers new questions.
  12. 12. Other Cyclical Learning Theories Find information (use Google) on some other cyclical theories. Summarize your main findings on the Padlet wall. Prepare to present it. You have about 7mins 30sec. Student(s) from group Dewey: Kolb's Experimental Learning Student(s) from group Freire: 5 E Learning Cycle
  13. 13. Similarities and Differences • Go to http://padlet.com/wall/l2f8v57jmj. • Keep also the other Padlet wall open! • This Padlet is shared between all three teaching groups. So you will see but not hear what others think. • Compare Progressive Inquire model to Kolb's Experimental Learning and to 5E Learning Cycle • Discuss your observations! • Write your conclusions to the Padlet wall!
  14. 14. Topics for Discussion • Did you notice any similarities with these models and how you did your group work? • Do you think you could apply these principles as a teacher?
  15. 15. Main Sources • Lakkala, M. (2010). How to design educational settings to promote collaborative inquiry: Pedagogical infrastructures for technology enhanced progressive inquiry, 24. Retrieved fromhttps://helda.helsinki.fi/bitstream/handle/10138/19887/howt odes.pdf?sequence=2, • Progressive Inquiry (PI- Model)http://www.helsinki.fi/science/networkedlearning/eng/del ete.html#pi • Hakkarainen, K. P. J. (1998). Epistemology of scientific inquiry and computer – supported collaborative learning. Retrieved from http://www.academia.edu/350253/Epistemology_of_Inquiry_an d_Computer-Supported_Collaborative_Learning
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