In this article you will read about how the teaching for artistic behavior framework has enabled an art teacher to authentically encourage and support student-led inquiry every minute of every day in the art room. Students worked independently and in small groups to discover how art was connected to every other aspect of their lives.
Tag Archives | student-led inquiry
Student-led development of lines of inquiry
18 April 2017 in Approaches to teaching
An investigation into student-led development of personal lines of inquiry.
The Blank Planner Project – Collaborative planning on technology unit
31 May 2016 in Approaches to teaching, Transdisciplinary learning
Imagine beginning day one of a unit of inquiry with nothing but a blank planner. Learn how two grade 5 teachers pushed the limits of inquiry-based design by planning, communicating and implementing a completely student-developed unit of inquiry event with collaborative input from parents, students and administration.
PYP exhibition: Embarking on a learning journey
11 June 2013 in Exhibition, news and review updates
“The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn, and relearn. ~Alvin Toffler Being an educator, I often hear people describe themselves as learners as well as teachers. I have said it myself (usually during one of those workshops where you have to […]