Monday, 28 February 2022

Teaching As Inquiry 2022

My 2020 CoL Inquiry Focus:
How might physical movement and music support the learning of maths knowledge and will this impact on children's overall attitudes toward, convenience and ability in maths?

Manaiakalani Community of Learning is working together on this task using the expertise existing in of our community of learning. I have selected the achievement challenge of:

Lift theAchievement in Math for all learners years 1-13. 
The teaching as inquiry framework I will continue to use in 2020 has been specifically co-constructed for Manaiakalani schools using our familiar Learn Create Share structure.



Throughout the year, I will be labelling my blog posts to reflect our Learn, Create, Share structure.


LEvidence
Learn - Gather Evidence
CPlan
Create - Make a plan
SPublish
Share - Publish
LScan
Learn - Scan
CTry
Create - Try new things
SCoteach
Share - Co-teach
LTrend
Learn - Identify Trends
CInnovate
Create - Innovate
SModel
Share - Model
LHypothesise
Learn - Hypothesise
CImplement
Create - Implement
SGuide
Share - Guide
LResearch
Learn - Research
CReflect
Create - Reflect
SFback
Share - Feedback
LReflect
Learn - Reflect


SReflect
Share - Reflect

2 comments:

  1. Hi Clarelle, I bet your students will have a lot of fun learning this way ☺️ I remember from my own childhood doing things like that.

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