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Lee Fitz Gerald Wiki And Gi

  1. 1. www.guidedinquiry.ning.com – Guided Inquiry - © Dr. Ross J. Todd, Carol Kuhlthau Using wiki to facilitate the process of Guided Inquiry Lee FitzGerald Loreto Kirribilli
  2. 2. What IS Guided Inquiry? Developed by Dr. Ross J. Todd and Professor Carol Kuhltau Working with teachers, teacher librarians:  share the work of guiding inquiry  plan and scaffold research tasks, using the Information Search Process  seek feedback from students at critical points  carry out planned and unplanned interventions on an individual and group basis, and  take responsibility for the successful achievement of information literacy outcomes  Guided Inquiry relies on communication with and between students. Wiki is perfect for this.
  3. 3. GI Researchers wiki: A working tool
  4. 4. GI Researchers wiki: Communicating with Ross Todd
  5. 5. GI Researchers wiki: Individual school page
  6. 6. GI researchers wiki: Communications
  7. 7. Year 9 PDHPE – Aboriginal health and wellbeing: Showcase wiki
  8. 8. Showcasing student products
  9. 9. 11 Ancient History wiki: close collaboration on process of a Guided Inquiry
  10. 10. 11Anxiety wiki: Structure of the assignment
  11. 11. Information Search Process is the work of Professor Carol Collier
  12. 12. Example of a student page on the wiki
  13. 13. Reflection sheet 1 example
  14. 14. Reflection Sheet 2 example
  15. 15. Reflection sheet 3 example
  16. 16. Reflection sheet 4: example
  17. 17. Peer assessment and self reflection
  18. 18. Notetaking grid example
  19. 19. Teacher and TL feedback: Continuous!
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