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    Actioning Teaching as Inquiry and the Practicing Teacher Criteria

    This 2 sessions course explores the value of a teaching inquiry process.

    Date March 20, 2018 - May 29, 2018
    Time 9:00am - 3:00pm

    This  2  sessions  course  explores  the  value  of  a  teaching  inquiry  process.
    It  will  unpack  what  an  active  inquiry  is,  why  we  should  engage  in  it  and    design  an  approach  to  a  teaching  and    learning  inquiry  that  will  result  in  better  outcomes  for  students.
    Teachers  will  be  asked  to  engage  in  their  own  inquiry  to  share  with  the  group  and  inform  collaborative  dialogue  at  a  following  session.
    “The  “aha”  moments  in  the  teacher  learning  process  are  generated  by  a  culture  of  collaborative  inquiry.”  -  (Langdon,  2017)
    Session  one:
    Participants  will  

    • understand  the  elements  of  a  cycle  of  inquiry.
    • know  what  active  inquiry  looks  like  in  the  classroom  setting.
    • design  an    inquiry  for  an  identified  area  of  need  in  their  school/classroom.

    Session  two:
    Participants  will

    • reflect  on  their  inquiry  in  action.
    • make  links  to  the  practicing  teacher  criteria  and  collect  examples  of  evidence  that  can  be  used  towards  gaining  full  registration  as  a  teacher.


    Tuesday,  20  March  2018,  9:00am  -  3:00pm
    Tuesday,  29  May  2018,  9:00am  -  3:00pm


    Members  Fee $395
    Non-Members  Fee $430

    Kohia Centre
    (09) 623 8977
    Kohia Centre, University of Auckland Gate 1, 78 Epsom Avenue
    New Zealand