[INQUIRY AND THE LEARNING PROCESS, STRIPLING] November 9, 2011 Inquiry and the Learning Process , Barbara Stripling Media 21 Inquiry Project, Fall 2011 Ms. Lester and Ms. Hamilton Inquiry Stage What We’ve Done Our class readings and group Fishbowl discussionsConnecting: awakening prior knowledge What we think we know about our research topic(s) graphic organizer Presearch graphic organizerWonder: students generating questions for Presearch graphic organizerpossible research Research design proposal Fishbowl cohort blogs were a choice but not utilized by the classInvestigate: Research design proposal process students seeking and discovering Using Symbaloo as your information dashboard information that addresses their questions Using Scoop.it to organize and share possible Adapting or rewriting questions information sourcesConstruct: students discovering patterns in Possible choices:information and drawing conclusions in those Continuing to use the presearch graphic organizerpatterns Drafting in Google Docs or Word Working on your VoiceThread or Prezi graphic organizer you received Monday, 11/7 VoiceThread/Prezi Graphic Organizer 2 (received today, 11/9)Express: students create a product that articulates Prezi or VoiceThread productand shares what was learned with others Our upcoming portfolio pages we’ll build the week before Thanksgiving You could also use your Fishbowl cohort blogs to share ideas or get help from peers on how to organize your content Let other classmates view your work in progress to get ongoing/formative feedbackReflect: students reflect on their process Fishbowl blogs(teamwork, time management, research Class blog and portfolio (week of November 14)strategies) and outcome (your final product, which Peer review (week of November 14)will be your Prezi or VoiceThread and digital Google Form self assessment (week of November 14)portfolio). New questions may arise for futureresearch. Document based on Fontichiaro, Kristin. "Nudging Toward Inquiry: Re-Envisioning Existing Research Projects." School Library Monthly 26.1 (2009): 17-19. Professional Development Collection. Web. 7 Nov. 2011.