INQUIRY SKILLS:
ALIGNMENT ACROSS THE
AUSTRALIAN
CURRICULUM V6 PART 2
P R E S E N T E D B Y
D R M A N D Y L U P T O N
C O -...
Housekeeping
Australian School Library Association Inc.
Sue Johnston
ASLA Board Director
Chair ASLA Professional
Learning ...
Inquiry learning:
Alignment across the the
Australian CurriculumDr Mandy Lupton
Co-ordinator: Master of Education (teacher...
A bird’s eye view
Image credit: http://pixabay.com/en/seagull-bird-beach-bill-nature-183303/
Inquiry strands
questions, information literacy, evaluating information
• What inquiry/information literacy model do
you use?
• How do the Australian Curriculum inquiry
stages relate to the mode...
Questioning
• What role do you have/want to have in terms
of questioning?
• What questioning frameworks do you
use/plan to use?
Disciplinarity
• How does the use of a generic
inquiry/information literacy process relate to
the different disciplinary inquiry process ...
F-6: finding, selecting & accessing sources
• In what year level do students start to
independently search for information?
F-6 - independently
gathering/searching
7-10: finding, selecting & accessing information
• How does your current practice relate to the
information literacy elements?
• What are you planning for the future?
• At...
Acknowledging sources
• How do you work with students to evaluate
information?
• What evaluation criteria do you use?
Evaluation of information
• Year 5 Geography
• Year 5 Civics & Citizenship
• Year 6 ICT
• Year 7 History
• Year 8 CCT
• Ye...
F-6: evaluation of sources
7-10: evaluation of sources
F-12: usefulness
7-12: validity
7-12: reliability
7-12:bias
F-6: Using information to…
7-10: Using information to..
11-12: Use information to…
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Post-webinar information
Australian School Library Association Inc.
Certificate of attendance
will be emailed
Membership i...
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Inquiry Skills: Alignment across the Australian Curriculum

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This presentation was run on a flipped classroom model. Before the session a video was viewed of Dr Mandy Lupton's analysis of inquiry skills and information literacy in the Australian Curriculum version 6 in Science, History, Geography, Economics and Business, Civics and Citizenship, Critical and Creative Thinking and ICT. The analysis has revealed numerous inconsistencies and lack of alignment within the Australian Curriculum. The webinar will be devoted to discussing these findings in relation to your current and future practice.

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Inquiry Skills: Alignment across the Australian Curriculum

  1. 1. INQUIRY SKILLS: ALIGNMENT ACROSS THE AUSTRALIAN CURRICULUM V6 PART 2 P R E S E N T E D B Y D R M A N D Y L U P T O N C O - O R D I N ATO R : M AS T E R O F E D U C AT I O N ( TE AC H E R - L I B R A R I A N S H I P ) Q U E E N S L AN D U N I V E R S I TY O F TE C H N O L O G Y Australian School Library Association Inc.
  2. 2. Housekeeping Australian School Library Association Inc. Sue Johnston ASLA Board Director Chair ASLA Professional Learning Project Team Facilitator for this webinar Housekeeping:  Participation options  Attendee control panel  Question facility  Post-webinar information  Future PL events 2
  3. 3. Inquiry learning: Alignment across the the Australian CurriculumDr Mandy Lupton Co-ordinator: Master of Education (teacher- librarianship) Queensland University of Technology mandy.lupton@qut.edu.au Twitter: LuptonMandy http://inquirylearningblog.wordpress.com/ Inquiry skills: Alignment across the Australian Curriculum v6 Part 2
  4. 4. A bird’s eye view Image credit: http://pixabay.com/en/seagull-bird-beach-bill-nature-183303/
  5. 5. Inquiry strands questions, information literacy, evaluating information
  6. 6. • What inquiry/information literacy model do you use? • How do the Australian Curriculum inquiry stages relate to the model?
  7. 7. Questioning
  8. 8. • What role do you have/want to have in terms of questioning? • What questioning frameworks do you use/plan to use?
  9. 9. Disciplinarity
  10. 10. • How does the use of a generic inquiry/information literacy process relate to the different disciplinary inquiry process and outcomes?
  11. 11. F-6: finding, selecting & accessing sources
  12. 12. • In what year level do students start to independently search for information?
  13. 13. F-6 - independently gathering/searching
  14. 14. 7-10: finding, selecting & accessing information
  15. 15. • How does your current practice relate to the information literacy elements? • What are you planning for the future? • At what primary year level do you start working with students to acknowledge sources?
  16. 16. Acknowledging sources
  17. 17. • How do you work with students to evaluate information? • What evaluation criteria do you use?
  18. 18. Evaluation of information • Year 5 Geography • Year 5 Civics & Citizenship • Year 6 ICT • Year 7 History • Year 8 CCT • Year 9 Science
  19. 19. F-6: evaluation of sources
  20. 20. 7-10: evaluation of sources
  21. 21. F-12: usefulness
  22. 22. 7-12: validity
  23. 23. 7-12: reliability
  24. 24. 7-12:bias
  25. 25. F-6: Using information to…
  26. 26. 7-10: Using information to..
  27. 27. 11-12: Use information to…
  28. 28. Image credit ://pixabay.com/en/owl-eagle-animal-bird-eyes-14918/
  29. 29. Post-webinar information Australian School Library Association Inc. Certificate of attendance will be emailed Membership information is available at http://www.asla.org.au/membership.aspx Future Webinars http://www.asla.org.au/Professional-learning/webinars.aspx Follow ASLA on Twitter https://twitter.com/aslanational Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/ASLAOnline 29

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