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Teaching as Inquiry By Alexandra Welnbaum

Teaching as Inquiry

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This book offers an engaging and effective approach to improving teacher and student learning. Based on the experiences of three leading educational organizations, the authors provide research-based guidelines for incorporating inquiry into teacher's instructional practices and student work as part of the ongoing work of schools.
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Teaching as Inquiry: Asking Hard Questions to Improve Practice and Student Achievement by Alexandra Welnbaum

This book offers an engaging and effective approach to improving teacher and student learning. Based on the experiences of three leading educational organizations, the authors provide invaluable, research-based guidelines for incorporating inquiry into teacher's instructional practices and student work as part of the ongoing work of schools. In addition to discussing the lessons learned and questions raised by inquiry work, this volume includes specific considerations for determining who should be involved, what work should be under review, how it should be reviewed, and how such inquiry should be supported by the school.

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About Alexandra Welnbaum


Alexandra T. Weinbaum co-directs the Academy for Educational Development's (AED's) Center for School and Community Services.

David Allen is a researcher at the National Center for Restructuring Education, Schools, and Teaching (NCREST) at Teachers College, Columbia University.

Tina Blythe teaches courses for faculty at the Boston Architectural Center and has been a researcher with Project Zero since 1988.

Katherine G. Simon is co-Executive Director of the Coalition of Essential Schools.

Steve Seidel is a lecturer on education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education and director of Harvard Project Zero.

Catherine S. Rubin is the president of EduChange, Inc. in New York City, which offers a variety of consultation services to schools and other educational organizations.

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GOR010068322
Teaching as Inquiry: Asking Hard Questions to Improve Practice and Student Achievement by Alexandra Welnbaum
Alexandra Welnbaum
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Teachers' College Press
2004-03-31
192
0807744573
9780807744574
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