Wisconsin Action Research Conference: Sharing Your Research With OthersPresentation Transcript
Hook, Line and Sinker: Sharing Your Research with Others Desiree Pointer Mace Alverno College April 24, 2010
Diaspora : Too often, classroom doors are closed, literally and metaphorically, leaving teachers isolated and knowledge of teaching stagnant.
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Invisibility : Some of the greatest moments in our greatest classrooms persist only in the memories of the participants.
What Might You Share?
How might others learn from your research?
Thinking about questioning, investigating and sharing your own teaching What might be interesting artifacts or events from your teaching that you want to share? How might you share those artifacts with others?
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What did you notice?
What connects with your questions or research already in progress?
What questions do you have?
How might this take root at your school or in your context?
What’s your best idea and what’s your most pressing question?