||Book study and the creation of Historical Artifact Bins.
|Two teachers will be participating in the NOIIE Annual Conference and will then bring the learning back to staff.
Students in grades 8/9 have Inquiry as part of their overall program.
Have three teams working as part of the Westside Family of Schools Inquiry Project.
||2 teachers working on controlled inquiry; building inquiry tubs; book study of Trevor McKenzie books.
||A small group of us at Brooklyn are collaborating on student inquiry projects.
Two teachers will be participating in the NOIIE Annual Conference and will then bring the learning back to staff.
||Two teachers will be participating in the NOIIE Annual Conference and will then bring the learning back to staff.
A group of teachers are interested in designing and using a new inquiry unit in their classes. The units have been created by the CVRD on waste management and Water usage.
Book study of ‘Inquiry Mindset’ by Trevor MacKenzie.
Participating in the Westside Family of Schools Inquiry Project.
|Schoolwide inquiry looking at waste management by taking a number of field trips (i.e. Deep Bay Marine Station and the Pigeon Lake Landfill) and a trip to Landmark Cinemas to watch “Wonders of the Sea”.
|Eight classrooms are exploring inquiry. Some of the topics include Evolution, Human Body Systems, Life Cycles, and History, as well as a diversity of other topics based on their students’ own interests. Their students are encouraged to explore their own topics and engage others through the inquiry mindset.
||Working with Rebecca Bathhurt-Hunt.
Book studies using Inquiry Mindset and Comprehension and Collaboration.
School Showcase of inquiry and participation in the District Inquiry Fair.
||Participation in the Westside Family of Schools Inquiry Project.