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Actioning Teaching as Inquiry and the Practicing Teacher Criteria

Professional development (PD) Auckland

Posted: 16 February 2018
Notice reference #: 1H9hY0

Actioning Teaching  as Inquiry and the Practicing Teacher Criteria (2 sessions course) by Tabitha Leonard

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.

Events summary


20 March 2018 – 20 March 2018