Teaching as inquiry

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RESEARCH REVIEWS

How to undertake Teaching as Inquiry

A step-by-step guide to undertaking Teaching as Inquiry.

How to use data for Teaching as Inquiry

An overview of the collection and use of data in Teaching as Inquiry.

Teaching as Inquiry Workbook

A workbook that takes teachers through each step of the Teaching as Inquiry process.

7 types of data you can collect in your inquiry

A closer look at some of the different kinds of data you can collect as part of your inquiry.

Advice for teachers wanting to engage with teaching as inquiry by Professor Graeme Aitken

Professor Graeme Aitken, one of the people behind the teaching as inquiry model in the New Zealand Curriculum, shares some advice for teachers engaging in Teaching as Inquiry.

Ten steps for using data in inquiry

A step-by-step guide to using data in inquiry.

Three common mistakes in using data for inquiry

A closer look at some of the common pitfalls associated with using data in inquiry.

8 tips for using data and evidence in schools by Dr Aaron Wilson

Dr Aaron Wilson shares some key principles for using data to inform teaching and learning.

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"Your work is valuable and education is lucky to have your insight, knowledge and courage to try something new. I have found the research that you put up on The Education Hub very interesting. It is generating a lot of discussion and thought in our staffroom."

Suzanne, Year 3-4 teacher

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A whole school approach to teaching as inquiry

Alison Taylor, Deputy Principal at Pakuranga College, discusses the six-year journey her school has been on to embed teaching as inquiry into the practice and mindset of teachers and the change in culture she has observed as teachers become more open to change and talking about their learning

Onehunga High School’s journey to use evidence

Principal Deidre Shea and Associate Principal Gareth Leadbeater explain how Onehunga High School has shown powerful improvements in student progress as a result of getting better at collecting and learning from data over the last four years

Student voice for relationship building, identifying gaps, and modifying teaching practice

Heath, a Year 2/3 teacher at Stonefields School, uses student voice across a range of learning areas to help him to gain a better understanding of how engaged his students are in their learning, to modify his practice, and to build relationships with his students

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