This course is one of a three-part series entitled Inquiry Driven Education. Inquiry-based education awakens curiosity, wonder, and purpose in our students. In addition, it elicits the evidence that we need to demonstrate our students’ skills and their understanding of the new standards. By taking the three courses in this series, you will learn how to create classrooms that instill in students the drive for inquiry and innovation that they will need to succeed beyond the school doors. The other two courses in the series are:
Although the other two courses in the series are NOT prerequisites for this course, they do provide a foundation for it. This class requires the book titled Inquiry and Innovation in the Classroom by A.J. Juliani. It is available for purchase at www.amazon.com.
In the class Innovative Strategies EDUO 9752 you will learn strategies that can easily be implemented in the classroom to make your students more creative, inquisitive, self-motivated, and engaged in learning.
After completing the course titled Innovative Strategies you will demonstrate or indicate:
For the first assignment, you will gain the knowledge necessary to justify implementing 20% time at your school.
2. Just do it
In completing assignment two, you will demonstrate how you will implement 20% in your classroom.
B.A., M.S. in Counseling Clinical School Psychology
K-12 School Psychologist 20+ years.
Collegiate Professional Development Coordinator, Developer, and Instructor 16+.
“I take pride in helping educators enhance student learning while bringing passion into their classrooms.”
Ryan loves spending time with family and friends, especially outdoors. His favorite activities include snowboarding, golf, and hiking.
Instructor: Ryan Pickett