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Inquiry for Juniors (uLearn 11)[1]
Inquiry for Juniors (uLearn 11)[1]
Inquiry for Juniors (uLearn 11)[1]
Inquiry for Juniors (uLearn 11)[1]
Inquiry for Juniors (uLearn 11)[1]
Inquiry for Juniors (uLearn 11)[1]
Inquiry for Juniors (uLearn 11)[1]
Inquiry for Juniors (uLearn 11)[1]
Inquiry for Juniors (uLearn 11)[1]
Inquiry for Juniors (uLearn 11)[1]
Inquiry for Juniors (uLearn 11)[1]
Inquiry for Juniors (uLearn 11)[1]
Inquiry for Juniors (uLearn 11)[1]
Inquiry for Juniors (uLearn 11)[1]
Inquiry for Juniors (uLearn 11)[1]
Inquiry for Juniors (uLearn 11)[1]
Inquiry for Juniors (uLearn 11)[1]
Inquiry for Juniors (uLearn 11)[1]
Inquiry for Juniors (uLearn 11)[1]
Inquiry for Juniors (uLearn 11)[1]
Inquiry for Juniors (uLearn 11)[1]
Inquiry for Juniors (uLearn 11)[1]
Inquiry for Juniors (uLearn 11)[1]
Inquiry for Juniors (uLearn 11)[1]
Inquiry for Juniors (uLearn 11)[1]
Inquiry for Juniors (uLearn 11)[1]
Inquiry for Juniors (uLearn 11)[1]
Inquiry for Juniors (uLearn 11)[1]
Inquiry for Juniors (uLearn 11)[1]
Inquiry for Juniors (uLearn 11)[1]
Inquiry for Juniors (uLearn 11)[1]
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  • 1. Inquiry for Juniors Jan-Marie Kellow Integrating new technologies to empower learning and transform leadership
  • 2. What do you see as the issues?
  • 3. Keep it Simple
  • 4. Inquiries should be• Relevant• Purposeful• Doable• Open• Thought-provokinghttp://wiredwaihi.wikispaces.com/Examples+of+ICTs+supporting+the+Key+Competencies
  • 5. Pam Hooks & Julie Mills
  • 6. Example: Horton Hatches the Egg• Uni-structural: Whose eggs did Horton sit on?• Multi-structural: What are 3 things that tell you that Horton isn’t a real elephant?• Relational: What do Horton’s actions tell us about Horton?• Extended Abstract: Why do many children’s stories have wild animals acting in a human fashion?
  • 7. ? ? ?? ? ?
  • 8. The tree I have chosen is the pohutukawa. Thepohutukawa tree grows 15 - 20 metres high. It has redflowers with nectar in. The leaves are oval-shaped. Thepohutukawa will attract silvereyes, bellbirds, fantails,tuis and kereru because all of them like nectar exceptthe kereru. The kereru eats the whole flower.By Solomon (Y3 - 7 years old) Photo by John Gevers
  • 9. Don’t dumb it downhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OWFDivyk7gI
  • 10. Choosing• What are some of the things I can do?• What will happen if I do these things? (predict) PMI• Which are good things to doJunior version of decision-making
  • 11. Choosing
  • 12. P.M.I.
  • 13. Reasons/Conclusions
  • 14. • 3 Sources of information• Reliability of Sources Use ‘Henny Penny’ story
  • 15. Grouping
  • 16. https://voicethread.com/?#u118388.b2140916.i11423180
  • 17. Wonderings and observations on trout http://ed.voicethread.com/#q+inquiry.b230401.i1198322
  • 18. http://www.opoutere.school.nz/dinosaur_pet.htm
  • 19. www.inquiringmind.co.nzhttp://wiredwaihi.wikispaces.com/ jkellow@xtra.co.nz

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