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  • Inquiry at AIS/D
    • 25 February 2009
    • Parent Workshop
  • Why are we here?
    • To learn more about...
    • inquiry as an approach to learning
    • the PYP perspective
    • what inquiry looks like
  • Who are we?
  • PYP Curriculum Model
  • Inquiry can take many forms...
    • exploring, wondering and questioning
    • experimenting and playing with possibilities
    • making connections between previous learning and current learning
    • making predictions and acting purposefully to see what happens
    • collecting data and reporting findings
    • deepening understanding through the application of a concept
    • researching and seeking information
    • taking and defending a position
    • solving problems in a variety of ways.
  • A community of learners...
  • Memorable Moments = a learning event = a person = a subject
  • Our personal experiences
    • In table groups, complete a Venn Diagram exploring the similarities and differences of your school experience with that of your child(ren).
    Then Now
  • Our personal experiences
    • Think about something you really understand well.
    • How did you develop this understanding?
    • What were some characteristics of this experience?
    • Recreate this experience visually .
  • Insert scan of example
  • Our personal experiences
    • Think about something you really understand well.
    • How did you develop this understanding?
    • What were some characteristics of this experience?
    • Recreate this experience visually .
    • 10 minutes
  • Our personal experiences
    • Show visually something you really understand well.
    • Share this with your neighbor.
    • In table groups, work together to identify characteristics common to all experiences
  • An example of inquiry in the classroom
    • As you watch, think about...
    • what the teacher is doing.
    • what the students are doing.
    • the classroom environment
  • Coin Sort
    • Given a set of coins, find an interesting way to sort them, then write the way on an index card and turn over.
    • While working, complete an “I See/I Wonder” sheet
  • Coin Sort – Gallery walk
    • As a group, move around to other tables and try to figure out how they were sorted, check with the index card, continue to do see/wonder sheets
    • Thanks for coming!