The Teacher Librarian and Guided Inquiry
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Guided Inquiry workshop by Lyn Hay 2010

Hay, L. (2010). Is it time for an ‘Inquiry Make-Over’? …enter Guided Inquiry [Workshop]. Cairns Diocese Curriculum Conference Library Strand, Catholic Ed

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Love anything that Lyn does...she has contributed so much to Teacher Librarianship.

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Glenda Morris's curator insight, September 26, 2013 9:18 AM

Good overview of Guided Inquiry by Lyn Hay

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Guided Inquiry in the 21st century

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Very inspiring

 

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Using a wiki to facilitate the process of Guided Inquiry

Presentation (2009) by Lee FitzGerald from Loreto Kirribilli 


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Very practical. I love it when students use a Wiki!

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Paula Correia's curator insight, October 17, 2013 5:20 PM

"Guided Inquiry" - Desenvolvido por Ross J. Todd e Carol Kuhlau

Karly Shire's curator insight, August 31, 2014 6:09 AM

A really fascinating way to exhibit guided inquiry.  The utilising of Web2 tools is certainly something to strive for.

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Sample Guided Inquiry Chemistry Lessons

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Guided inquiry: learning in the 21st century « Learning Change

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Based on Carol Kuhlthau‘s six stage Information Search Process, the authors present a convincing argument for recasting Guided Inquiry as a dynamic, innovative way of developing information literacy.

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Twin purposes of Guided Inquiry

This presentation focuses on the twin purposes of Guided Inquiry as a means by which open-ended student inquiry can be carried out and scaffolded by Lee Fitzgerald


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Glenda Morris's curator insight, September 26, 2013 9:21 AM

This presentation focuses on the twin purposes of Guided Inquiry as a means by which open-ended student inquiry can be carried out and scaffolded, as well as providing means by which evidence of student learning can be gathered during the inquiry.

Joanne Schenkel's curator insight, November 2, 2013 10:32 PM

Best practice...guided inquiry. Great follow up to both Ross Todd's sessions and those I attended at the ASLA conference.

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Guided Inquiry: Student inquiry and Evidence - Based Practice

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Guided Inquiry | Services to Schools

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Guided Inquiry http://t.co/WRFQrj7j via @l2_s2s...

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Excellent resource from New Zealand on Guided Inquiry.

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Looks Aren’t Everything…

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In our last unit most of the inquiry was guided. In our new unit we decided that we would give more freedom to students earlier in the unit.
This is an environmental unit.

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A great way to start Guided Inquiry where the focus is on the research itself, rather than the end product. Indeed there is no end product!

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Using Guided Inquiry to Challenge Advanced Learners in Science

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Say you have two marbles. One is light and the other heavy. You drop them at the same time. Which will hit the ground first?

 

When asked that question, many students will guess (as Aristotle did) that the heavier marble will hit first because it weighs more. Some will choose the lighter marble because it “gets going faster.” And some will say, “Hand me the marbles and let me find out.


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Web tools to support inquiry-based learning

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Karly Shire's curator insight, August 31, 2014 6:19 AM

A good slide presentation by Karen Bonanno .  Very helpful for TL's and teacher's to get expert information and tips about the teaching and learning of guided inquiry.

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Mapping curriculum skills and capabilities to an inquiry learning f...

http://eduwebinar.com.au | This webinar presentation focused on the need to create a skills scope and sequence within an inquiry learning framework so that it i
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The research river

Starting the research task you are at the beginning of a journey. This is a journey that you will repeat many
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A wonderful metaphor for Guided Inquiry being a river. This is a great way to introduce the process to students, especially in years 7-8.

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Scaffolding the Research Process

Presentation from Internet Librarian West on strategies for supporting students in the library research process; based on Carol Kuhlthau's model

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Louise Robinson-Lay's curator insight, January 12, 2014 3:57 PM

This is an important skill for students to learn. This slides how is a great step-by-step approach to teaching it.

Lourense Das's curator insight, January 13, 2014 1:11 PM

PPT on the internet and the research process: all the basics and more

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Presentation relating to the research process

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Inquiry into Guided Inquiry

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Imagine for a moment that you are preparing to return to your job as a teacher librarian after a few years’ leave. What changes will you notice? What areas

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Glenn Fitzpatrick's curator insight, October 7, 2015 9:36 AM

This inquiry looked at the changes in the role of both libraries and teacher librarians over recent years. It argues that the main catalyst of this change has been the adoption of Kuhlthau's Guided Inquiry by schools. The point which resonated most with me was the importance for the teacher  librarian to build partnerships and networks. As stated by Ross Todd the focus should be "connections nit just collections".

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Web tools to support inquiry-based learning | Eduwebinar


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This includes a fantastic webinar by Karen Bonanno which outlines in layman's terms the Guided Inquiry process. It goes for almost an hour but is really helpful for any teacher trying to understand what Guided Inquiry is and wanting to use it for the first time.

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Deborah Welsh's curator insight, December 11, 2012 11:38 PM

 A range of online tools for use in the inquiry process, courtesy of eduwebinar.

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Scan article: Twin purposes of Guided Inquiry


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Joanne Schenkel's curator insight, November 2, 2013 10:30 PM

Follow up from yesterday's PD session.

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Scaffolding Research and Guided Inquiry

Presentation on 16th October 2013 on scaffolding research and guided inquiry for Otago University teacher trainees as part of their Literacy Across the Curricul

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Guided Inquiry workshop by Lyn Hay 2010

Hay, L. (2010). Is it time for an ‘Inquiry Make-Over’? …enter Guided Inquiry [Workshop]. Cairns Diocese Curriculum Conference Library Strand, Catholic Ed

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Love anything that Lyn does...she has contributed so much to Teacher Librarianship.

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Glenda Morris's curator insight, September 26, 2013 9:18 AM

Good overview of Guided Inquiry by Lyn Hay

Bookmarking Librarian's curator insight, January 14, 2014 12:08 AM

Guided Inquiry in the 21st century

Michelle P's curator insight, October 24, 2014 2:16 AM

Very inspiring

 

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Statement on Guided Inquiry and the curriculum :: ASLA

To adopt the Guided Inquiry approach to teaching and learning helps students to construct meaning, think creatively and solve problems.

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The reason why Guided Inquiry is so important...even ASLA says so and you can't get any better than that!

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Guided Inquiry Design Intro pt 2 Learning how to learn

In today's world it is increasingly less important that students learn facts, and more important that they learn how to learn. Guided Inquiry has tools embed... (Vlog post pt 2 Learning how to learn through inquiry - an introduction.

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Carol Koechlin's curator insight, April 9, 2013 10:35 AM

Learning how to learn is a valuable outcome of guided inquiry. It is the most valuable contribution Teacher Librarians can make to student success because it empowers them for life. Learning to learn in a participatory learning environment is the work of the Learning Commons.

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Guided Inquiry Dessign in 21st century - learning how to learn rather than learning facts.

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Virtual Information Inquiry: Information Search Process (ISP)

I was today listening a lecture by Carol Kuhlthau and thought to post this to remind us from guided inquiry method and the zone of intervention. 

 

Greetings, Anu 


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Outline of Guided Inquiry with tools you can use throughout the process.

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GUided Inquiry. School-Librarians-in-the-21-Century.pdf


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Facilitating learning through guided enquiry

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Professor Carol Kuhlthau, Rutgers University, USA The problem is—and this is true of books and every other medium—we don’t know whether the information we find [on the Web] is accurate or not. We d...


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How are librarians involved in guided inquiry?

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Carol Collier Kuhlthau (2010) Guided Inquiry: School Libraries in the 21st Century, School Libraries Worldwide, January 2010, Volume 16, Number 1, 17-28

The 21st century calls for new skills,...

 

Link to full text research paper.


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Glenn Fitzpatrick's curator insight, October 7, 2015 9:16 AM

This article by Carol Kuhlthau looks at the importance of the partnership between school librarians and teachers in supporting students to learn in an increasingly complex information environment. It discusses what it takes to transform a school into a 21st century learning space and the role the librarian plays in this. Especially valuable for me was the explanation of the collaborative teams needed for successful inquiry and the role of the librarian within these teams. 

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teaching inquiry learning


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A cute little video about inquiry learning from Australia. It has a focus on HSIE but the principles of inquiry are still worth considering.

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