Critical Inquiry & Action Research Learning Projects, with Tabitha Leonard
Use inquiry, collaborative problem solving and professional learning to improve professional capability to impact on the learning and achievement of all learners. ERO are now looking at teacher evidence in meeting the standards for the teaching profession.
This course explores the value of a teaching as inquiry process. It will unpack what an active inquiry is, why we should engage in it. It will make links to evidence collection and as part of the course participants will design an approach to a critical inquiry into teaching practice that current research has shown improves the outcomes of teaching and learning.
- Gain understanding on the elements of a cycle of inquiry
- Know what active elements of a cycle of inquiry look like in the classroom setting
- Design an inquiry for an identified area of need in their classroom/school
- Make links to the professional teaching standards and collect examples of evidence that can be used towards gaining full registration as a teacher.
Bay of Plenty
Contact: Suzie Rosewarne
(09) 835 0912