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Presentation on 16th October 2013 on scaffolding research and guided inquiry for Otago University teacher trainees as part of their Literacy Across the Curriculum paper which includes models, ideas......

Presentation on 16th October 2013 on scaffolding research and guided inquiry for Otago University teacher trainees as part of their Literacy Across the Curriculum paper which includes models, ideas and resources to achieve this.

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  • 1. Scaffolding Research & Guided Inquiry Senga White Research & Learning Coordinator Southland Boys’ High School Invercargill
  • 2. What is Research? http://flic.kr/p/apPDMs
  • 3. What is Research? What do you think research is?
  • 4. What is Research? What do you think research is? What do your students think research is?
  • 5. What is Guided Inquiry? http://flic.kr/p/apPDMs
  • 6. What is Guided Inquiry? Carefully planned, closely supervised targeted intervention by an instructional team of school librarians and teachers to guide students through curriculum based inquiry units that gradually leads towards deep knowledge and deep understanding of their topic, and growing independence and ownership of their learning CISSL Slim Toolkit http://flic.kr/p/apPDMs
  • 7. The Pizza Process http://flic.kr/p/4u9U21
  • 8. Embedding Research Skills http://flic.kr/p/9gaGxJ
  • 9. Ways to approach it http://flic.kr/p/bUA4s9
  • 10. Approach 1 Modules
  • 11. http://flic.kr/p/7mtV66
  • 12. 1st Module Learning Objectives Introducing the research process Using print-based material only Selection choice of person to research Teaching note-taking
  • 13. 2nd Module Learning Objectives Practice and build on skills taught in module One Variety of resources expected – print, websites, articles Teaching online searching skills How to evaluate websites
  • 14. Bush Craft Unit http://flic.kr/p/85E8p2
  • 15. Approach 2 One-off Lessons
  • 16. Health & Physical Wellbeing Research http://flic.kr/p/dw7aCd
  • 17. Critical Literacy Lesson http://flic.kr/p/9pqTz5
  • 18. Resource Links: Senga’s Resources Pages Senga’s Lesson Plans Senga’s Presentations National Library Services to Schools Any Questions/Many Answers Virtual Learning Network http://flic.kr/p/6mNFQH
  • 19. Guided Inquiry Links: Services to Schools – Guided Inquiry CISSL SLIM Toolkit NZ Teaching as Inquiry
  • 20. Teaching Tools: Livebinders – Online ring-binder Diigo – Storage for readings and tools Evernote Google Drive Twitter TKI – Digistore – EPIC Coming soon – Network for Learning
  • 21. Want to carry on the discussion? www.vln.school.nz Group Name: Scaffolding Research & Guided Inquiry
  • 22. Contact Details: sengaw@windowslive.com Senga.White@sbhs.school.nz Website: http://sengaw.wordpress.com Twitter: @motherofwinter Slideshare: www.slideshare.net/SengaW