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AASL National Conference & Exhibition 2015


Guided Inquiry in Action: Strategies for Implementation


Nov 7, 2015 8:40am ‐ Nov 7, 2015 9:40am


Credits: None available.

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Description

Guided Inquiry Design is a useful approach that places the library in the center of learning through collaboration and inquiry. In this session we will share examples of strategies for addressing the AASL standards through inquiry. Conferring with students, Inquiry Circles and a text coding strategy will be featured. Participants will leave with connections to their work, as well as, templates and tools that they can use to enhance inquiry in their school.

Speaker(s):

  • Leslie K. Maniotes, Teacher Effectiveness Coach, Author, Consultant, Denver Public Schools
  • LaDawna Harrington, School Librarian  AASL Affiliate Assembly Delegate, Region II Part-time Lecturer, Rutgers University, Millburn High School
  • Patrice Lambusta, Library Media Specialist, Newport News Public Schools

Credits

  • 1.00 - Contact Hours

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