Collaborative Inquiry

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Collaborative Inquiry により Mind Map: Collaborative Inquiry

1. Problem Solving

1.1. Well Structured Problems

1.1.1. Present all elements of the problems to students

1.1.2. Apply limited number of well-structured rules and principle

1.1.3. Clear solutions

1.2. Ill Structured Problems

1.2.1. How do we tackle these in the classroom with the same constraints day/subject period or year?

1.2.2. Learners to make judgments and express personal opinions or beliefs about the problem

1.2.3. Multiple solutions, solution paths or no solutions

1.2.4. Problem elements unknown

1.2.5. Multiple criteria for evaluating solutions

2. Inquiry

2.1. Where to determine

2.1.1. Students' results

2.1.2. Professional practices

2.2. How to identify

2.2.1. data informed approach

2.2.2. manageable inquiry

2.2.3. Teacher team collaboration

2.3. Teachers need professional development programs to conceptualize the inquiry strategies

2.4. The spirit of inquiry is achieved by welcoming ideas and trusting that even the simplest question can lead to something greater and not yet evident.s

3. Burning Questions

3.1. How can schools’ leadership ensure effective collaboration between staff?

3.2. Does collaborative inquiry look different if its adults or children doing?

3.3. How can teachers design an effective CI to meet students’ needs when coming from different backgrounds?

4. Collaboration

4.1. Participants

4.1.1. Classroom teacher

4.1.2. Parents

4.1.3. School personnel

4.1.4. students

4.2. Awareness

4.2.1. Understanding of the activities of others, establishes purpose

4.3. Motivation

4.3.1. The driving force of collaboration

4.4. Guidelines

4.5. Divide responsibilities

4.6. Reflection

4.6.1. Serious thought and consideration which will help to move you forward

4.7. Egagement

4.7.1. Emotional commitment to the team

4.8. Trust

4.8.1. Must have embraces transparency and accountability

4.9. Teacher team formation

4.9.1. Regular meetings

4.9.2. Shared goals

4.9.3. Effective coordination

4.10. Engage external resources

4.10.1. Collaboration tools (technology) Chormoe Skype Google accounts Dropbox Facebook You Tube

5. Design

5.1. Self Regulated Learnig

5.1.1. Self-awareness, self-motivation and academic skills to implement knowledge in design

5.2. Framing the problem

5.2.1. A shared vision

5.2.2. Inquiry question

5.2.3. Theory of actions

5.3. Evidence collections

5.3.1. Type of date Students learning Demographic Perceptional School process

5.3.2. Sources of evidence

5.3.3. Collection methods

5.3.4. Collection time line

5.4. Evidence analysis

5.4.1. Organizing data

5.4.2. Read data

5.4.3. Describe data

5.4.4. Classifying data

5.4.5. Interpreting data

5.5. Celebrating and Sharing

5.5.1. Preparation

5.5.2. Report writing

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