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  • eLearning Forum 22nd August
    - Achievements so far
    - Inquiry Learning
  • eWorkshops
    • 64 eWorkshop attendees
    • 9 eWorkshops
    Access to Experts
    • Jacqui Sharp
    • Mini Conference – Trevor Bond +
    Mini Conference
    Maths Facilitation
    Blogs
    Digital Element PL + ICT = EPL.  
    eCapabilities
    e-AsTTle
  • Inquiry
  • Here are 3 simple reasons why I believe we should stop talking and focusing on inquiry learning.
    1: Confusion
    2: The project based tradition
    3: The disparity between „Inquiry Learning‟ and real life learning
    I will likely bounce around between thinking, evaluating, questioning, finding, evaluating, linking, and doing. It is a messy process. Generally, in real life, learning is not a process that results in a powerpoint, poster, video clip, podcast, webpage or some other informational artefact that celebrates what I have found.
  • ‘As a school define what effective learning is because this becomes your foundation’.
  • ‘As aschool identify a small set of key attitudes that would support us as learners.’
    • remember them
    • talk of them constantly with your students
    • model them
    • identify them when your students display them
    • publicly and privately celebrate when they are displayed
  • Identify a core set of skills (5-7) that are basic and foundational to being effective as a learner in any situation.
    • remember them,
    • identify levels of achievement in different contexts
    • talk of them constantly with your students
    • model them
    • identify them when your students achieve deeper levels
    • publicly and privately celebrate shifts in skill level
  • Learning Task
  • http://ictnz.com/