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Home / Collaboration

Collaboration

To remove the walls
To learn from each other
To grow as a team
To better support our students

Collaborative Inquiry

What is collaborative inquiry?

Collaborative inquiry is a strategy for professional learning; it is a professional
way of being where educators explore areas of their practise to continually learn
and meet student needs. 

Collaborative inquiry places educators in the role of actively constructing
shared knowledge through treating their classrooms and schools as sites for
investigations. With colleagues, teachers investigate new, engaging and relevant questions about how to meet their students’ needs

 

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