Friday, January 11 • 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Why is Teacher-led Epistemic Enquiry so Effective? (86)

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This presentation will use a variety of active learning strategies to involve the participants in exploring these key conceptual questions. What is epistemic inquiry? Why teacher leadership of this form of inquiry is so important? What is the evidence of how effective this form of inquiry is?
The presentation itself is designed so that participants can experience first-hand this form of inquiry and will provoke participants to ask how they can bridge these methods to their own practice

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Alex Black

Let's Think Forum Council member and Consultant, ABC-Learning
I have been teaching for 36 years, of which the last 30 years in an International School in Zürich. Here I have taught students from late primary age until grade 12. I have many years of teaching IB Diploma Biology, Theory of Knowledge and Middle years Science. During this time... Read More →

Friday January 11, 2019 2:30pm - 3:30pm
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